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WEDNESDAY", AUO. iL, 1016 WISE PRINTING COMPANY, l<ir>?r|if?r?t?<l OilCtRT N. KNIGHT. Editor. Of - V?nr. Six Wonthi, Till ?ta M'-mtli?. ? I.OO .SO .25 1'iitored atcorJuw to po?u! rcKuUtimiM ?t -i >? y -it .hi ? - -t Bt| StOM QSpMIOO vnttatmaa nutter subscriblus are earnestly re quested to observe tbo duto pointed on their address slips, Which will keep thera at all time'' posted as to tin' 'late of the expiration of their sub scriptiou, Prompt nod timely attention to this request will save all pari ins a great deal of aatiovance, Hont forget the Air Ship at ; Big Stone Gap hex I Saturday Bim.? Ball, Sham Battle and Military Drili will lie other nt tractive features of the das The Roanokc Boosters toore a fine lot of felloe's and seemed well pleased with their recep tion in Big Stone I lap Don't fail to come to Big Stone Hap next Saturday if, yon want to see some genuine living stunts performed by one I of the most noted aviators in tho United Sta" - B-ig Stone Gap is still badly in need el mi l,' dv. idling housi i to llOtlSe ill'1 people w litt would \ like to come here to make their homes. It WOttld lie hard to, find a bettor in> estmonl for idle money than in a dwelling house bare, it could be rented to a good tenflul a' a good profit.i .More house" i" whal Big Stone Oop need* now more than uny thing else No man in l in- Dili ted State:, bus done more successful living ihun Mi. Luck) y lie sure to see him do some of ins marvel? ous living stunts here mi next Saturday Radford Nor? mal Notes. Mr. J. A. Macdougall, of the Bureau ol Commercial ICconom ics, of Washington, D. C . Will deliver an address before the Normal School students August u His topic is "Gcean to Gcean across the Canadian Rockies.'' The Moutgomory County Sunday School Convention was btdd in the administration building of the Normal School August ?_' and 8. Several members ol the Normal School faculty wen- on the program. The convention was well attend? ed. the Boa u ok a Boosters, con? sisting of more than one hull dred and tweutj live men rep? resenting the Roam ke Chamber of Commerce, w<ll be received at the^Norm .> Sell to! August 0. They will be welcomed by l>r. .1 P. McOonncll, Prcsidont of the Normal School, and tho cit? izens of the reception cotn mitte, The records of tho Summer Normal show that 177 difFeronl student* have entered the sum iner quarter of the Normal School. About one hundred and sixty-live 6f i hesc are applicants for the summer School profess? ional certificate, two hundred and forty took the State exami? nations, and the remuiudei nra taking the regular normal I school courses. United States Court. The A ugusl term ol I he i ogu ! lar semiannual sitting ol the United States Court for (lib Western District of Virginia,! convened hero Mouday With Judge Uenry (' McDowell, of | Lyuchbuig. presiding, A large number of cases are on the ?locket, and it is probable churl will continue for at least : a week. The cases for Die most part arre vlolatiouS of the internal revenue laws, and Monday and Tuesday were con? sumed in disposing of tltom I There are several cases on the! civil docket ami some violation j of tlie pOBlofHCH laws. The case of Hull brothers who wem to go on triad foi th.-ir put i in a desperate battle in the Cumberland Mountain, near Ho- '? Irginia kentiick'y bonier, in which two revenue olHcers were killed, h?8 been postponed again oii aceouni of some important iviiin ? e- t ! jug to ujiiieai. Birthday Party. Little Miss Frances Laugher ty celebrated lo t - o\ cutli birth doV Saturday afternoon, ifcry enjoy ahly with a party of [ little girls and boys Master James MoCorinick and Miss, Anna Barren Collier found the! most peanuts in tin- peanut ' hunt, ami Wim the prizes, which \ wi re boxes "i candy VYtei .i good inauy other games were played; Mrs Daughorty, assist ed hy Mis-e~ Margaret VVnnI 1 plet and Ida Baker, served ice cream and cake Frances received many pretty present * from her friends win, were present, who were Ltl bile Taylor, Lydia Chestnut, Tbeltna Banks. Anna Bnrron I Collier, Nell Jeukiiis, Margie Witt, Mildred Wolfe, Grace MahatVcy . Louise Nickels, Ha zel Fuller. Julia and Josephine Mc< lorkle, Mast e r s Hugh Voting, Sherman Witt, fail I Bauks, Gilmer Loiter, Floy.I and Ralph S ho waiter, James and Lewis McCormick, Notice Taxpayers. i' t>n Monday, August IOt.lt, ; 1016, at the Court llbusi . til'' 'Local Board of Review will sit I fv r the purpose of roviewing ' assessments of real estate, and ! for 'h e haudling of such mat? ters Us may be brought befori i it portuiniug to taxation. I C. s. Carter, Chairman, Local Board of Bo\lew Radfortl State Normal School The State Normal School for Women at Kadfnrd ir >i>ui forty-eight weeks eat yen Xeal rCKOUr ?e??i>>u opens SeptetnUi 14, It'lY .New buiUtiug? pure water, due seeuery, ami excellent health condition* Great number ana cartel} of course* offered.' ISaeb course leads t?> . \ Ira ids Teacherscertlnoalv Courses in UomesMc Scleuc* Manuul Arts.en- l rve nut on to teacher* ami ait those promising to tea* k Catalogue, tvinklct of views, and full information sent ell tetiueal ?oj .it J. p. McCONNEt.L. Pr?sident. l. Radford, Va STATE NORMAL SCHOOL FOR/WOMEN FARUVILLE. VIRCilNIA Bplendnily equipped for the TRAINING OK TEACUKRS Thirty-?ccou.I iffas-oc npem September 15, IU16. l ot Catalojue address 3. I. J ARM AN, President. $25.00 REWARD! For the arrest and conviction of anyone rep? resenting himself to be an agent or salesman trying to take orders for and on behalf of the undersigned, excepting the employees in our only store In the lower end of the State of West Virginia, at 231 Princeton Ave., blue field, W. Va., until further notice. The United Woolen Mills Company, By W. A. HERSCH, President Golf Tournament. Lust week marked tlio closing of the handicap play for the Spuulding Cup, There were !12 entered for this clip, und Mr. I). Ii. Suyers was tin- winner, rhe semi finals played between II. K. Fox ami Paul llorno was [the closest mutch that whs j played, Mr. Horm.- Winningen ihe.lotll lick-. Dr. Slnchr lost to Mr. Savers 8 up and ~ t<> no. In. the finals Mr. Savers and Mr. lforno played fine golf. Mr. Savers whining by two up The winner of the cup will have hi.- name engraved on same, ami the one that wins it three times will become the Owner of it. It ia hoped that 'he players will pla) another tournament thtr. Hummer. Play will bogin soon for the President's Cup, given by Mr. II lv Vox. This will be medal play only, hut tpuite a largo n umbel Ol t he players will en tor for this tropll\ Card Party. i in \\ odneedayafternoon Miss Louise i lootllo.terluiued at an informal In art party tit the home of her patents on Poplar Hill, in honor of her gitestsi MisSi Margiierittc Penman, of Panama, ami Kli/.abeth Mellow ell. of Memphis. Miss Murgar et Brennen won first prize, ia box of paper, while Miss.Mar? garet Millni v.,hi the booby. At tin- conclusion of the games a salad course with iced tea was served on the three tu Those pre-,-nt were: Miss (?'.li/abeth McDowell, ot Moih pbii. Miss Murgilei 'tie \'< h man. of I 'ad linn M J alia . t loch I an. Kiltll Pi cSCntt; It'll by Kemper. Virginia 11 ?? orl.i I r oiine Khomls, Margaret and Christ. Miller, Mrs. It Ii. I tiisdev:, and .Mrs. TlieiiilOrc Snilt Iii Dance lor Visiting Guests, A very enjoyable dam e was given Krida? i Meiling by Miss Caroline Khoads, at her home, ait u courtes) to the ^uest-- ol Miss Louise IJoodloe, Misses Murgueritte Penman, of Paiiii ma, ami fCli/.abeth McDowell of Memphis. Kxcelleui music was furnish ed tor the occasion by Howiiri .lessee, oti the piano Tin (guests were refreshed during the evening with deliciOit I punch ami sandwiches. I 'those who enjoy,-d Mis IKhouite' hospitality were; Mi 'ami Mrs. II. I. Miilcr. Mr. mo Mrs. Harry Price, Mr. and Mrs IK. Dreiinen; Mr and Mis I; K Bhoads. Mrs. K. H. Tinsley Misses Sir,i Cocliratl, Margalel Dreniien, Jessie McCorkle Louise Uoodloe, Klizabeth Mc'. Doweli, Mdrgueritto Penman j Virginia Ueveily, Kuth Pros' colt, Margaret pet lit, Murgarei land Christine .Miller: Messrs Vivian Mouser, Willard am Luyne Milb r, W. C. Sliunk .lohn Jones, Paul H?rne, lt. H Casper, h'red Kemper, Sain Mi einen, .lohn Allen Good lor: lien Ferguson, door go and By ton Klioads, Henry and Jos! Bullitt and Hon. C. B. Slenip Daughter ol Mr. and Mr Cartiijjht Dies. I.ooise, 1he nine-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. K I Cartright, of Appalnchia, Va., died sunday morning at the family home at thai place The body was brought to Bristol Monday morning ovei the Vir? ginia and Southwestern and honed at Kasl Mill cemetery. The funeral was conducted at 31 p.m. Monday at the home of Mr and Mr.-<. ti SV. Watson,on Mary street. The pallbearers were \>[ > l1 Rowland, I >r. W U Polers, George Morton, and 0. C; Cartright, of Appala Ichia, Yu. I'lo-following friends I accompanied the boiU to Bris to!: Dr. s D How hind, Dr. \V. lt. Peters, Georg? Morton, 0 0. Cartright^ Mrs. George Hbrirur, Mrs. G. W, Watson, Miss Jos ephine Feeny, Miss Gertie Lee Mullins. Mish Rebecca Rivers and Mr. and Mrs It I* Hon ham. The floral offerings were many ami beautiful. The family formerly lived in Bristol* Mr, Cartright is agent of the Virginia and Southwest erb at AppalaclUa, Brist ol Herald Courier. Mrs. Janet Ramsey and two daughters, Miss Mary Ramsey ami Mrs. Marvin Kel.ley and little ion, Wrekin, returned S?t Urduy night from different points in Pennsylvania, where they have beeil spending the summer vinting relatives, Dr. J. H. Smith.of Richlands, ami tinnier McCorkle, <if ihis place, left Rich lands, last week for an overland, trip in their Rliick runabout, for Now Vork City. When last heard from they wore in Gettysburg, Pa., and wen- making line progress. I>t. Smith will spend several days in tho city visiting home folks, while Hunter will return some time this week by rail. Dr ami Mrs. G. VV. Potts and baby left Saturday for Pardeo, win ie Dr. Itotis has ncceptetl a position as Company doctor. Deafness Cannot He Cured condltioa or On l.irlilni, Tub. rou have a run s. ?-? i. 4 liy IIHI, >i . Irculan, rr*. .1 C IBNK1 v CO Tonido. Ohl? by l>rutKt.<. Hall ? Family I'lllt fur r .inKluutlu ANNOUNCEMENT. I herein- announce ruracll .1 candidate. foi tlio vltloo or .liable foi tU- Itleli htond Magbitvrlal Itlatrlct at the ehvtlon bo tsi held on November ?nil, ItllS My pniii record proven in y?u mv alittlty, and I twrneatly adllclt your mpjkirl jHiiinlp.iiig. If eloctau, to jiurlnrih iIm ? Im.r Hiu salrl oftleo honest h mil Im Ke^i.tfolij v..in-. k r i viri'iiit Sanitary Dry Gleaning and Pressing company THOMAS BUCK NEK; Manager VI tering mid Repair Work. French Dry Cleaning Hals til nil kinds Cleaned, illoaked and Kctrtuimtd. i BIG STONE CAP, VA. Special Court Week Sale OF Men's Furnishings $1.00 Shirts.85c 50c Neck Ties for.35c $) B.V.I ) Union.Suits, <>nlv85c I'm- Knox Knit Sox.20c 35( Underwear, per garment20c 15c Collars, only. . . 10c ? vV BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA psaooo Second Week in OcluW 1915 S October 11-12-15-14-15-1611 *2f).O00 flnrtli FREE.?, w I Virginia's Groat Annual Lxpooi/ion Sgrf^ V " Got Roady iSfe^ I PREMIUMS GIVEN FOR HORSES U ,r, ' t 1 SHEER SWINE. POULTRY. FARM 1 PRODUCTS.APPLES-- WOMEN'S WORK ICHMOND.VA. G. R. PARIS One of tlie best known Real Estate men in Roanoke and in South-West Virginia. "/ like everything about Tuxedo. The freshness, mildness, mellowness and fine aroma of this best of all tobaccos. No other compares with Tuxedo. " i Tuxedo the Cheer-up Smoke Will) a tin dI Tuxedo and it '*'"': pipe ul your elbow yon have the makings ol a grand old time- - the sort ol nappy, snappj smoke-time that poet* sing about and you dream about. For 1 uxedo is just the corhfiest and friendliest tobacco in the whole wide world, and every pipeful tastes for more. ? 1 uxedo is a genuine Southerner- it's made of choicest Southern leal and it's made right in Richmond. Join the army of distinguished Soulherners who smoke and endorse Tuxedo is healthful, wholesome and beneficial because it s made by ? the "Tuxedo Process." This famous procc.-.* absolutely removes ) all the bite and stin^ from the tobacco; Tuxedo J can't bite ytair tongue, no matter if you smoke V it all day long and half the night. Don't bother with Tuxedo imitations. Gel the original Tuxedo. If it's worth the other leilows' imitating it's worth your insisting on ! VOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE Faniuui Green Tin with gold *S /"\ lettering, curved to fit pocket 1 V v In Tin Humidors 40c anJ SOc In Class /lunudoft 50c %nd 90c , THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY