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Mrs. M. I). (Jollier entertained about seventy five gUosta in honor of their house guest, Miss Qortrudo Moore, of Bristol. The house was charmingly decorated, the color Boheme o( white ami pink being carried out both io decorations and re fresbments. Mrs. Collier was assisted in serving by Mesdumcs O. L. Maddox and Hampton Crizer. Dr. and Mrs It. \V. Holley entertained at diuuer last Sun day, Misses Mary Left wich and Brownie McKenzie. Miss Carrie spent Thanks? giving in Stonega, the guest 0) Mips Payne. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Quutuor entertained Miss drill!Ill dur? ing Thanksgiving, Dr. J. \V; lloskins visited homefolka last Thursday ami Friday, Marion Smith spent Sunday in Middlesboro. Miss D?lph was the guo-t of frieuds in Bristol last week. Miss Mima Barker, of Men dota, stopped over here Sunday night, onroute to Berea, K> Dud Ingram, <d Cooburn, spent Sunday here. Mrs. Lazarus Main?us enter? tained at dinner Thanksgiving, Those who enjoyed Mrs Mainoua' hospitality were: Mrs. T. J Templetou, Misses Brownie McKinzio and Mury Left wich. The friends of 0. R MoCorklo regret that he moved his oftice this week from Appalachiu to Wise Mrs. \V. H. Tonipkins and daughter Ruby, O.I Bristol, spent several days here last week visiting friends Saturday night the Baptists gave a play "The Donation Party". Being "pay day'1 night the audience was sin ill Those taking part did vv,-|l and abbtlt $21. w US realized. RUPTURE EXPERT HERE With Appliances Used and Approved By U. S. Gov? ernment. W. B. .Seeley, the noted ex. pert, is again Bending his per sonul representative to Big Stone (Jap. lie will be at I lie Monte Vista Hotel FOR < >N K DAY ONLY, Wednesday , De? cember B, 1016, thoroughly/ equipped ami prepared to deal with the most difficult cases His Sperematio Shield Truss, as used and approved by the most difficult cases, His Sperematic shield Truss, is used and approved by the TJ. S. Government and the t'/.ar of Russia, will retain any rupture perfectly, affording immediate relief, ami frequently closes the opening to a short time. WONDERFUL RKs UK Ts WITHOUT SURGERY OR H A R MKT L INJECTIONS Clean and durable; no irritating leg btraps or binding Of the hips. Examination and a<U lee Free Patients treated oh former vis. its invited to call for attention 1 Long I Evenings I Will Soon | Be Here 1 Why not enjoy them [gj by readme with the best light in the world ? Have your house wir? ed for electric lights Isi now; we will gladly rot 1 make an estimate with B well Valley " Light <& Power Co. I BIO STONE ?4P AND APPALACHIA, VA. ? ? I Thousands and fioti- [\ \J und* ol women, who jpf F-Tt luve everything that heart frji Iq-j! could desire to make them ipjl Lfl happy, arc miserable on ?Tj nccourd ol womanly Irou- f\ ^?? ble. ii yon arc ol this |q| number, slop worrying, Vrj* iDl arul K,vf Cardui a trial. jrjB ^aj" It ha* brought health and ^JJ" #J happiness to thousands. ? ~\ J\ TAKE JlL SCarduiS 181 The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Delphlnta Chance g"N writes Irom Collins, V^" Miss.: "I fullered terribly Jtla Irom womanly troubles. ? ?I Wc had live doctors, but [?I it seemed I could not get TJ* any better. I decided lo try Cardui. Alter I brR.in to lake it, I Rot hotter jf\ every day. Now I (eel as ID I well as I ever did." Try |0| Cardui, today. Without charge. Homu Ol)ic< I?27 Walnut St., Philndelphii Pit. t'ut ami keep for refet Comfort in Sleeping. A Bed Out of Doors or in The Coldest Room Can Be Kept Warm. Says Board. Richmond, Va.. Nov. 2(3 Those who wish tin- protection of Bleeping in the fresh itii . bill dread ilia prospects of chill) lie.Is have only lo follow a few simple rules. says the State Board of Health, in a special; bulletin issued today, to enjo) comfort. The bed, BftyB the hoard, should bo so located that it is H protected from a dirocl winder draught. Tins can be uecomp-1 liaherj either by having a south era or eastern exposure or . ) planing a screen by tli" si ??? "t tile bed. If cold air comes through the mattress, relief can be bail Ii) placing several folds of news papers between the springs and the mattress. In extreme weather or in vary cold incuii lain districts, two mattresses, with lu) era of neu spapt i - b< iweon them, will give all nee essary protect ion. A "Klondyku be.!" is warm] in almost any weather, accord? ing lo the board. Such a be.I may be prepared in the follow, mn manner: Over the mattress place an old blanket or cotton Comfort or riltf just the size ef the bed. Make up the bed with all the covering, except ihe counterpane or lop blinket, t?cked between this blanket or comfort and the matlres? The top blanket or counterpane and only ibis should be tucked Under the mattress, next lo the ? springs. Where the shoulders k< t cold and cause a person unconscious? ly to tuck his head und. : the covering, and thorebj lose the good effects of steeping in ihe open air, an excellent device, the board advises, is to use two pillows,;place together like an inverted "V", meeting next the headboard of the bed. The shoulders can ihnu nestle be t ween I lie l wo pillows in coin fort and fresh air can still be hud. A jury in Buchanan count) lust week acquitted a man for, shooting another man's brains out, und the next case called was against a man for killi: an old sow that bad been coin mitting depredations in a corn field, and the same jliry impoa ?d a tier of $10 and a thirty day , jail sentence tor the murder of Mtwi [lisiyiWiiissiiiifci ? Mrs. Carri thers Felt Discouraged Glad She 1 ook Advice When Husband Said, "Let's Get A Bottle of Tan lac. Louisville, Ky., Nov. .'50.? Statement after statement is now being made in regard to the merits of Tunlac, the now medicine that is accomplishing such ustonishiug results in Louisville. Mrs. Sollte Cnrri iiiers, residing at :>S4i; Uraml Boulevard, city, wife of u well known car builder at the L. & N Shops, sa id recent ly; "My husband just simply forced me to take this Tan lac, hut now I um Kind that I took the medicine, as I am one of the happiest women in Louis? ville "1 had always Buffered front catarrh of the stomach, hut my real trouble began when I ate something ami had ptomaine poisining as a result of it. My Btoinnch was in such a had, sensitive condition that I could not eat any t lung. "My husband said to mo one day, 'Why don't you try this Taulac'r" I had tried so many things that 1 felt discouraged I and told him that I believed nothing would help me. ? lie took me tor a walk one evening recently, anil when passing l In-Taylor Isaacs Drug Si ire, he -aid. 'Let's go in and get a bbttle of Tunlac.' He had my arm and we went into the store together and bought a bottle of Tnuliic. ' I wailed until morning be-j fore I begun taking the med? icine 1 look a dOSta before breakfast, oue at noon, and a third at supper. That night 1| slept more soundly than I hatl in months. I no.v have taken j two bottles of Tnulnc and 1 feel like I am cured. I am here to get another bottle, though, hh| my husband insists that 1 should do so "I .-imply cannot get enough! toe.it now. 1 never had Stielt an appetite i.i my life. 1 enjoy ? everything I taste and 1 digest everything properly; My stom ach i- in excellent condition I and tin' catarrbal trouble has j disappeared. My hearing has even improved. Taiilac is: r.-ally a very wo?nderful med j Tanlac, the premier prepare-1 tinn, is soli) exclusively in Big Stone Gap al the Mutual Drug Company . and in Norton by the Norton Drug Company. Officers Captine Moonshine Liquor. I'reeling, Vaij Nov. 24i?De? puty I ailed Slates Collector] Claude K Beverly and Deputy. Marshal J. I' llc.rt, of Wise County, captured something' over fifty gallons of moonshine liquor near Flat Gap, a pass in the Cumberlands, between Vir Iginia and Kentucky. The liquor was being hauled from Letchor county, Kentucky, to a point on (Incuts river in Witre county, by n man whom- name was not learned. The man made his escape from the olli cers, leaving his little son in charge of the team. N. & W. Puts on Chair Car. Passenger service on t h o Clinch Valley division of the Norfolk & Wester \ Railroad has been much improved Kineo November !."> by the annexation of a chair car to trains number ? and r>. Superintendent Hanks, of the Pullman Company, Columbus, O., wan in Norton Monday look? ing after this matter. This change will be good news to the traveling public, since the trip between here and Blue field can he made with much more comfort titan before ? Norton Reporter. DYER, TENN., MAN SUF? FERED 10 YEARS. J. T. Castlcman Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing Threescore Years. .1. T. Castlcman of Dyer, Tenn., auffored from stomach derangements for forty years, I taking all sorts of medicine,! following all kinds of medical, advice. In nil the forty years, he said, he never had a real good day ? until he tried Mityr's Wo?nderful Remedy. Then lie discovered something. Let his! letter toll about it: "The tirst dose of Mayr'sl Wo?nderful Remedy caused gull stones to pawn from me. 1 am feeling much better (bun I have ever before. I am tU years old and 1 had never before enjoyed one whole good day. | "I would not give the one bottle you sent me for all the drugs and doctors' medicine | that is mode." .\la>r's AVontlerful Remedy j gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Kat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach and around the heart. Q'et ouebot? tle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee ?if not satisfactory money will be returned, adv. Deafnes9 Cannot Me Cured I by local applications, aa ihr, r,nnm reach Ihr ttlaraat-il portion ot tho car, Ttwi. It only ort? uuy la run- it.afn.aa. and Ihm !? by ronalltultonal rrmcfllca Drnfn.n i? cauard I.) an lnn?m-<l condition of ihr inu coua llnln? of Hi. Kuatarhlan Tub.- Whrn IhlK lube la Inflamed you have a rumbllnc sound or u.ii.. f ? ? hrarlna. anil * h.-ri II la entirely closed. Drafnesa la lha result, and urtlraa tin- Inflammation ran be takrn out ami Ulla tub.' rratorcd to Ita normal condi? tion, hearing- will t?o deatror.d forever, nine raara rul ot lm an .,by Catarrh, which la nothing- hut an Inflamed condition or tho muroua ?urfar.-a w. ?in give On, Hundred Dollars for any ras- of tvafrtcss iratiartl by catarrh, that cannot br cur.? by Italia Catarrh eure Send for clrculnra. frrr. y. J. CHUNKY aV CO.. Tolrilo. Ohio. Hold b> Iirusslsta T&C Taka nail's Family Pill? for constipation. How to Grow Bigger Crops of Superb Fruit?FREE rOU netd this practical, expert information. Whether you own or intend to plant n few tree* or n thousand, It is inlor ,:*oti that will save yiott time, labor and money. Cm it! Simply send at your i,c and a.Micas ua the coupon?or ud a i*>sul. It vou pictrr. cliully mull you a free copy t e..t?loK--?o 11 x ? In. bonk i;,ly packed with Inn:* ihm ) cm to teem* bumper crops luit-und ?eil ttirin at top cea. The whole hook 1? filled till Interest a els About tauv (Hill evrrvwhere are ecttlnir protlhrloas eropi ;?n.l larvecakh profit* rromcops 01 i nr, thritir. *??????>stack Bro'a lcces-l?--ts that emp!,..k!ir the truth Ol the ?vom "Mark Tie.-? Hear Fruit." lleuulltul lilc-clccnatucal-color photo* ot lr.i.llnw' liull? all throm.li the hook. opy I r to Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. ?I It and learn about the neiv mat ? triumph ol ht?rk Dto'a Ions' I'm -toe "Oouble L:tc" Stark Bros At Louisiana Mo Since J8J6: Grimes Cioitlen?the tree developtnrnl that resists "collar rot." Get the Sc* Facts about "Stalk Ue'.lcipus," Ktulk Rut* Klhirta. and all the latest ches. Stalk Ilro's grown. J. H. Hale alto Lincoln fear. Stack M ? I-. cy Chercy. Mammoth ( i ami all the other (atnoiM Stark . fruit?,bsuncs Hud Get Our New Catalog FREE covet Oh bcautt.ail r-lio locr<?im*< iWiat/J mj the . iro*? 4 A X P Dept. A iaiaaajkto. I' *t|J J, ? ?Vi .* N' ?? r?t?iotf. l*>lTif.*j >JB| a w JiuU-growrr* ? r ? kand 'd ' brvalica t Good Suletmco?Ctih Cornn?iMoa Pait. Wetkly NOTICE. Notier I? hereby given that at a meet? ing of the stockholders of tin- Itusseii Creek foal and Coko Company, hold or. tiio tenth day of .Inly. 1910, at which meeting ? majority of the ra|iltnt stock was represented a:icl volcd in favor ul the same, tho following resolution* were reg iilarly ami duly adopted, lo-wit: Itcaolvcd, First, that the Itusseii Creek t'oal ami Coke Company, a corporation eieate,! anil organized under Iis- laws of the Slat.'of West Vlrglula, iloes hereby discontinue, business as a corporation, and surrender* t<? said alate its charter and edrporate franchises. The Hoard of Directors will proceed to convert the property, chose:. In action, and all assets of this corporation into caah, aud nay off and discharge all its debts, liabilities and obligations; and after fully distiharg lug all sueli debts, -liabilities and' ob ligatlons, divide tint remainder. If any) among tho stockholders pro rata with their several holdings td stock, hut no such payment shall he niatle to any stockholder until after tho publication of tlic notice hereinafter provided. It. solved. Second, that the President of this corporation CaUSO notice of Ihe adop? tion of the foregoing resolution to lie published in some newspaper of general circulation, published near the principal olhee or place of business ol this eor|xira tton, once a week for four successive I weeks; tutd that tic certify these resolu? tions to the Sceretnry of Stair of the Slue of West Virginia, and deliver lo him certificate showing tho publication of said ; notice, as provided by law. in accortlniice with the above resolu? tions all right, title and interest of the Itusseii i reek t'oal and Coke Company in and to a certntll lease dated on May ldtli. 11NI1, from tho ItuHoll Creek Coal Company t.10 t'haa; V sinith which was assigned by Hie said ( lias A Stnilli I to tho Itusseii i reck I o tl and I '.ike Obhi pauy by writing dated on tho llth day of .luiif, I'.Kil. which leas,- and assignment are of record in the ClOrk ? t 'tlic. ,.i \> 1st County, Virginia, in Deed llopk No, lift; |tagu 07, as modified by a corfalii iigrco tuenl dated on tho iStn day ol December, llilti, lieiwccn the Itusseii Creek Coal Company ami the Itusseii Creek Coal and Coke Company anil the VlrgllliaClty Col liety Company, w hich last named agree? ment is in the office of llllllitt and Chalk lev ami may be there seen by auv one in terrstctl, wilt be sold at public auction at the from door of I ho Cnnl House In Wise County. Virginia, on tho 17th day of Deceinbef, IMS, at einen O'clock a Korfurtlier information apply Ul Hut lilt ?V- I'halkley, llig stout-dap, Vltglltta Russt.il Creek Coal and Coke Company. ity I'. W. Montgomery, Xov. S4-47 ' I'l' si,tent ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Virginia: In tho Clerk's Office ol Hie Circuit Court of the .County , of Wise the nth day of November, lOlll. Interstate f inance a Trust Company, I'lanliitlfr. Vs lt. 1,. tlrowu aud I ..i n i i lltown, l>c fendants. INCH A N'c Kit v. The object of this suit is to attach ami to rvtit or -ell certain real e-t.ite belong? ing to tho defendant. Laura i Brown lor satislaetlon of a eertaitt judgement due to ihe comidatnttnt tot tin- sum ol Two Hundred Hollars ($200.00) with in .?rest from October 99, 1914, until pay. mailt sind Thirty Four Dollats and lei cents i(:il hi) cost ami attorney a in ? The real estate to he attached; ownct by the dcfotiilant Laura I brown, I tttuatod lit tho town ?f Iiis; Stone f!?p Wiso County. Virginia, and more par tienlarly disci itu-iia* follows, towit: itclug Lola \os. 9, 8,4, ft,d. 7, H 1 10, it, I9i 91, 23'and :i of lllook So 1 of Itig Stoho tiap Improvement Com psay's Flat No l of said Town. And it nppeaiiui: from allidavil on til in said Office that It. L. lltown ami 141111 I. Drown, his wife. defendants in sail Suit arc not residents of Ihe Stale of \ it gittis. It is ordered that tiny appear liei within dfteeii tlays after due publloAtio of this order aud do what Is uocessnry I protect their interest III iliis suit Ami It is fiirthrr ordered lhat a cop. hereof be published once a week lor four successiue weeks in The l?g Bone (J Post mid that a copy be posted ?t i front iltHir of 1 he Court bouse it tli^j County as proscribed by law. A I opyl Test V. . It. HAMILTON, clerk Morls,,Ii, Morison .V Rdbortaon, p .| No\ 10- 4fi Agent for well known popula luediuin-pricetl AUTOMOBILE Itig opportunity for righl pan For partioulars address The Lewis Agency, Washington-, D. C. RMEUMATIG SUFFERERS GIVEN QUICK RELIEF 1 .tin le s if by i you begin using "? l>roi i," tho famousotd remedy (or Rhenma tistn. Lumbago, Gout, Sciatica, Nruralr'i.i and kindred troubles. It goes right to the srx.t, stoi.^ the hes and pains and makes life worth living Get a trottle of "C-Crops" today. A booklet v.ul> each boltlo gives (nil directions for use. Don't delay. Demand " ~-T>,ops " Ilon't ac | cept anything else in placootit. Anydrua; fist can supply you. If you live too fat Irnrr- a drug store send One Dollar to ?i . 'tawtdthenmalio Cure Co , New k. Chin, and n K "In of "5-Drcps" will bo tent tu.?.-- ' Ohl iiKta hi upera for sale at Ins office tit '.." cent-. 100, I.K.W K NORTON?4:46 a. tu. r.ir Lynchburg nml intermediate sta. Hon? Pullman sleeper Ulm-Heldin Philadelphia via Uagvalown, ami Pullman sleeper Ituanoke to Rich? mond und Norfolk:. AltO'eouacctloiie :n ll'tu-huid with trains Weetbouud Pullman sleeper to Cincinnati and i kdumbua. LRAVE NORTON 3:80 p. for |rolnU North, Bast nod Weit; I.K.W K ltl!lsT<i|,-l)i!ly. 0 IS a m foi Iii"! Itadford; Itoanoko, l.ymli. burn*, t'eteraburg, Klehmond ami Norfolk, I'tillmaii Parlor Car to Itl?hiuoud, Pullman kleeper lloa nuke In New York via llagerstowii mid llarrtabunti 5:00 p, in. I'm Norfolk and Intermediate points; Pullman Sleeper* to Norfolk 1:32 p in and 7:55 p. m (limited. Bolld tr.-tilis ?Hh pUllmaU Sleeper* to Wast' Inglon, llaltlmore, Philadelphia and Now York via l.yuchburg, Ihn? urn make local slops I9:1fl p in dally for all points botweec Bristol ami Lynenburgv Connects at Walton at 6:40 i>. m: with the nr. Louts Express lor all points wont am! north? rut. It' von aio thinking of taking a tri) YOtJ want ijuptiUlons, ohcapoSt lam, re tiabl? and correct information, tut t< routes, i raid sohcdulcs, the moat comfort abloand quickest way. Write and llio Information Is yours lor the asking: wltl one' ot pur complete Map KpUI?rs, \\ . i Sau? nkiti, t,. PJ A. W. It. Iih\ ii,i., I'asai Traf. Mgi., Itoauoka. \fa V. & S, W. Railwaj In Ellecl February ISih, WU. I.l. VVKS UK. BTONK (TAP ,'o. 2 daily ti 0,1 a. in. lor Itristol ai?' tormediate points; Pullman steeniii libtiisvlllo U) llristol. Connects ailtl \ * VV, tor points East and .son II I',, points South .iii.l Wost. Co. II dally, except Sunday; 11:11 a m lor st" t tharlcs ?ud Inl 0 r in a d i a t a poinU, .'.i I daily. . except sunday. 8:17 p. in. foi Itristol ami intermediate points Cou llt-Cts wltli V .V Wl lor points l ast Couiicois .ii Moecasioii (lap Witt traiii N., s r,? Dull s u?p, itogcra Miio ami hiicriiiediatc point*. Piii additional Inforniatton apply (u . i w ? Al.l.KN, Uerierai Passenger Agent. Itrlstoi. Tentu D. F. ORR, BIG STONE GAP. - VA. tilllce in Polly Uulldlng. Otn.ii Hour ? t . I ; a. in ; 1 in :< ii. tn. Doctor W. A. Baker Bin Stone Gap, Va. Dili, .' In Hamiden Itrothora Store Resideace I'hunc />. 'Office Phone Jo Dr. .1. a. (jiliner Physician ami Surgeon KP ICK Ovei Mutual Drugstore Biu Stone Gap, Va. "MONEY" Tim mint makes it mi.I under the termsi the! ONTtNENTAti Molt IG A UK CO you ran set hre it .it 0 '., lor any legal pll j pose on approved real estate Toi ms ?? is; tell us your wants and wo will 0Q>operal with yon 908-9 MUNSEV bl PU duly SJvl?flln Bnltlmoro. Mi DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Truai- Olboawus of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throit, BRISTOL. TENN. vVIII bo in Anplaaei-.ia I'hird Friday in Each Month. Dr. <?. ('. Honeycutl DKNTIST BIG blONIi GAP, VA. Office in vt ill;?. Uulldlng over Mutual I M ug Sioru. Will t.o Iii i tlihchport uveiy Baton)*) DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Ket'iactionist. frcfls diseases of the Eye, liar. .Vise ami rhroal. Will be tu Appalaohla PIRST KRIDA *i in each month until 8 I*. M. BRISTOL, TI-NN.-V. J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMITHING Bin Stona Gap, Va. Wagon ami liuggy work A Speolaltyi I have au l p-lo-dalu Maclilno 1'or putting on ltuhlier Tires. All work given prompt atteutii.ii. FOX & PECK, Civil itnti Miiiin?; Engineers. Bin Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ky Report* and estimate* on Coal and Tim bet l auds. Design and Plan* of Coal ami t oko Plauts, I .anil, liailniaii and Mius Engineering, Electric llluc Printing neal & masters General Blacksmith Repair Work. Iluiltr ami Machine It. pairing llor?o kiiiK'iug a siwcially. Wagon and lliigg) Work. We nuke a specialty of putting o.i rubber tires All work given prom|' and eareful attention. Bik Stono Gup, Va.