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Menwomenand
children
r ely upon
S| The laxative
gf tablet With the
f pleasant taste
constipation
and sluggish
Hl^M We have the exdujivc
H^D selling righti for thii
^S^J^m ' i : -?feat laxative
Ilia Items
MiVs Prow nie McKeitEio spent
thi? week ?Mut :ii lior hoini' in
Meridotn.
Mr, ami .Mrs. j. S. McLViine
ami oll ihtroh nrd Visit i ng fr iehi
in St Paul.
Mth. A. V. Rurkur left Mm
d(iy night for St. Louis, where
she will spend seme time with
her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. F. Floenor
ami children spent several days
the past week at Mnoes Spring,
Miss R?hn Orr. of brydeit,
spent Saturday with Me ? Mrtf'j
Loft wich.
Quito a nuuiher of I" oplc
from this place were up :ii N"t
ton Friday ami Saturday at
tending the school toil and hall
game
Mr and Mrs Ruder ami fam?
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Uoo. Hei?
ner spent the week end in Uli:
tol.
Mrs. .1. W. Rrothortoit ami
daughter. Ruby, are visiting
relatives at Speers Kerry.
Miss Angy Manning Taylor
spent the woek end at the Mis.
I
No doubt you arc, it
you sutler trom any ot the
mimctous ailments to
which an women are sub?
ject. Headache, back?
ache, sideache, nervous?
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some ot the symp?
toms, ami you must rut
yourself of them in order
fo feel well. Thousands
of women, who have
been benefited by this
remedy, urhe you to
TAKE
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
olClifton Mills, Ky., says:
"Pelore taking C a r d u I,
I was, at times, so weak I
could hardly walk, and
the pain in my back and
head nearly killed me.
Alter taking three bottles
of Cardul, the pains dis?
appeared. Now 1 feel .is
well as 1 ever did. Ever)'
suffering woman should
tryCardul," Octaboltle
today, E-<iS
sinn Hall. Miss Taylor's home!
uchr tilt! Mission Hall will sonii
lie completed and this will bo
tier hondqiiai tors,
Mr. and Mis. .1. 1. Bloom and
small sun, spent Snmlny at j
Cooburn with Mrs. Bloom's?
patents.
t>n Monday ufturnhuh M i s. I
II I.. sullrh'lgo was eulli l to
liar hium', lima! Retreat', on
account oi the serious illness of!
her uncle
Mis-. Dijlp, oi Grai son coiiu
iv, spent several days luire. with
tier sisfei . Mil rl Antic help.
'1 Inn sday und Ki id ij have
booh set iisiile Us "oleuii e.p
tl?y.B?!? \\'? Imp,' \ppnl ich|a
will he i,.i much iiuprov i I ll|e
surround nig (owns will not
h eeein/... her.
From Norton.
The Industrial Kdition of the
Big ?loiie (lap Best was triilj a
wot I; of ai t and l'e?eh ed uni?
versal praise froin Norton busi?
ness men. It v.as line df .he
Is si . du ions ol i he k iiiil i,'vei'
turned out in this section.
The Knoxville Boosters re
ceiveil an enthusiastic weleoino
at Norton. There were several
hundred peeple al tin KtuCoil,
The speeches at the opera house1
wore nl I highly enj ij cd,
Mr. J I.. Lit/., a prominent
laud owner pf l his s- lit ion, pass
ed through N?rten Thnisday
afternoon, enronto lo the tieud
nf (iuests River. wheio hii owns:
several large trttots of land
which lie along t'iilii sides of
the river, and are adjacent to
(he new coal ti- Ids which will
bo opened up in that section,
Mr. Lit/ had luigngontoitfs to
meet prospective buyers (or Iiis
lauds.
The annual session of the
Wise County School Fair vv?
held this term at Norton occu?
pying Thursday, Kriday and
Saturday of last week, (litth,
14th and 1Mb.
Candy Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Chits. K, Wade
entertained a number of their
friends with a caillt) pulling at
their home iti the Cpyo Satur?
day night. Besides making,,
bountiful lot of candy, a num.
her Of Rallies were played, and
all the guests reported a inosl
OlljO) .'.hie time.
Those invited were: Misses
Berllia Willis, Ollio and Kldoe
Clarkston, Kathorinu Davis,
Kmma, Ida and Josio Veary,
Emma and Delia (lollierjMossrs,
Roy lteasor, Ross and Uocksie
Wyalt, Ulysses C'hirkston. Mc?
Kinley Collier, James, Klberl
ami Verhoii Collier, llua[li Shul
er, Klbert Willis, George Wil
son and Hiram S'ubblefield,
Carl V. u. II. Gurnet Bascomb
Slemp, Harry Thomas, Tttte
Winds Hbwnnl Wilson, F 11.
Davis and C. I?. Wade; Mr. and
T. II. Shuler, Mr. and Mrs.
Bradley Voary, Mr. and Mr-*.
Cnstloton Wade, and Mr. ami
Mrs. Jock Wade.
Road Day
Acting linder a joint resolu
lion of tlio General assembly of
r.'i t, requesting lho.< loveruoi to
proclaim a Road Hay in May of
each yiinrj I do bereby proclaim
Thursday. May A, ISHO, to be
observed ibr 'Jllghoul tbc State
as It-ad Day
It is to be hoped that tin- pee.
pie generally, will co-operate
with the road superintendents,
road boards ami beards of
supervisors, so that the work
contributed may lie done in ac?
cordance with established sys
inns, and so thai it may have
definite aim. All citizens are
Urged to support this movu
mutit, and 10 give it such time
and attention as they may lind
possible,
i liven under hiv band, and
under the 'lesser seal of the
Commonwealth, at Richmond,
ibis the twenty fourth day of
M.iteh, in the year of our Lord
one thousand i,inc hundred and
sixteen, tied of the Common.
wealth th.e hundred and
fori iei h.
II. O. STUART,
< lovornor.
"P. o. JAM KS,
s <?. of ihe Commonwenlthi
"Finest Medi?
cine I Have
Ever Taken"
Richmond Man Recovers
From His Many Ailments
By Taking Tanlac
Mr. lOvnns, of 2413 K, Grave
Street^ upon being intervieil re?
cently said: "1 sull'ered from
Chronic catarrh and kidney
ii nlbliv 1 hail a dullness and
sbru pains across my back and
i lieuinal ism in my legs froni my
knees down causing a numb
n ? from my knees to the bot
toin of my t'eei It was tli 111 cult
for me lo breath as my head]
was all slopped up. I happened
to see Tanlac advertised and!
thought I would try it. Now.'
Illy soreness and pains have all
disappeared as if by magic. My]
legs are alright and 1 can breath
better. The hearing down pains
from which 1 also slltteretl has
beeil overcome ami I feel In
good shape, Tanlac has cer?
tainly helped no- and 1 reconi
mcil't il to every one. "
A wotiudcrful easel Yes, hut
.Tanlac is doing wonders every
day, if you have not taken ad
vantage of it is your own fault.
Go today to the Mutual Drug
Company and get a bottle of
Tanlac and start on the road to
health again.
NOTICE.
Stockholders! Meeting.
l"i. th.- Stockholders of tlio III),- Stono
blip I .mid Cntii|miy :
The annual mooting of the
stockholders of the Rig Stone
Cap Land Company will be
held at the ollice of the Com
pany in the town of Rig Stone
Gap, Wise county, Virginia, at
ten o'clock a. in., tin Wednes?
day, May 3rd, 1010, for the pur?
pose of electing Directors and
transacting such other business
is may c one before the said
mooting.
JNG W C1IALKLEY,
Secretary.
FOR RENT.
A two story six roomed dwell?
ing house with hot and cold
water fully equipped bath room
hoi waler boiler and kitchen
sink. Located upon n large
lot adjacent tot', s. Garter and
the Methodist parsonages on
Wyandottb Avenue. Price
: 1 per month payable
monthly. Apply to R." A.
A\ ers, Rig Stone (tap. Yn.
tf. II..I. Ay ers.
Old newspapers for sale at
this otlice.
D. F. ORR,
BIG STONIi CAP, - VA
Office in Polly Building.
Offica Hour.-? ii I-.'a m.; 1 tu I, p. ai.
WANTED!
Your Laundry Work
Try the steam laundry and note the result.
Good work and prompt service. Phone us
your orders.
The Royal Laundry
R. P. J3ARR0N, Proprietor
BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK
Our Motto
is giving all we
can for what we
get? instead of
getting all w e
can for what we
give. \
We have thirty
years practice in
stone \ oik and
can make or do
any Monument?
al Work desired
at the 1 o w e s t
price.
Manufactured by
Jot> Minor ?2 Sons
ROGERSVILLE, TENN.
Instead of having to make a selection from two or three pieces of I
marble as the average agent carries, we can show you any and]
all kinds of material suitable for monumental stock. We are
capable of explaining anything about < Irunite or Marble of any
kind. 1,et us call on you and show ami demonstrate the goods
ami work and save you the agent's commission If interested
drop us a card and we will call on von We have erected
some of the best work in I. and Wise Counties. It wont cost
you anything to look. We make terms to suit tin- buyer.
Yours very respectfully,
J?J3 ."VI ? ."%'<> I? vV SONS.
South-West Insurance Agency
Incorporated
Fire, Life, Accident andCas?ality In
surancc. fidelity and Other Roods
Real Estate and Commission Brokers.
Med in Intormont Building BIG STONE CAI', VA
Your Choice of Ninety-Four (84) Styles ?
Color* Bint
Sit?? in Ihr
line
SEND NO KONEY
mow r. i tili? i
lull
or iii.
Ttu-i
TIRES, LAMPS, Bttilt-UpAVhoels S?K:!?8
In UlcrClr l?luil>lneilt ami Mirutiir. * i:? v.. I! n. the Krl^.ir hat?,.ml Cniliulation Offcro
RIDER AGENTS WANTED
Inline ? K.ii.rrts ' ?int t iVin,: ,...lrr? from Hi.
?alemid to ran you. thir mnt nimni i
"Qunltl>" lticyi:lc?.it (iricvi liciowtitli.- il|.i .
MOTORCYCLE AMD AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES
?1*1? to thr-e line, ni l??i .1 iirtcr?. riiou?jn<t-i of oi
are now lui.tn^ ttK-ir AutoV?tttuitlc4 of u,, kc
ahv.-iya liatht.
WRITE US TOOAr. II
ImjciuUi^i.c. DO A'Or JUT:
juice ru-nlc pouiule only In
irw CfilAloBttC .'I "Rnnccr" lllcyclc?,
-ili.u Iht'j v'lit ,i-f.>ril^ri von, Al^i.
rJHIrpi ? ??/,. imI >?!,r clniirof nur
MiYat tflo.YJ II S I 111 i: TltlAl..
ft year choice.If icsa' Kmuci"?the
Eltf
?I Idnn
. Offern lur
"?I. ii.ii.r i si ai. ntn i:s. out mw
>ilc concern: Itvcn it rouita not nrol n new
dlil itivj. Ic. >uu lire! lhl? OiLilotf ue to tell you
ul a KMcr Agent in everv nclchl.oilto.-i'l to iMe
lol.it Cm nc.v "U.tKiiKH ?' Von ciin?clcct the
mil youuu men in nil |n*rt? of the country nre
ilcUr. A Ilmtal
J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO.
I luctli k!< bu*J a ulnery enable ui t? uclt
Our l-ltf. new Calatoirue ntta give* terse
i ?Mir li e w h-''cii-t..:tu iMif ii ^riivrntioit ago
?c iiit> know Mruj" quality and prieei in
^?nrvi ;vt aentt^of oiif cent will bring you the
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Programms
The Greatest Love
-BY
H. W. Petrie
CANTATA
TO BE GIVEN AT
BIG STONE GAP COLORED SCHOOL
FRIDAY, APRIL. 21, 1916
8 O'CLOCK. P. M.
KOR THE QENEFIT OF THE SCHOOL LECUE
Song?On Calvary's Brow.
Invocation
OjWihinR Chorus
Solo I'll!- l.ifjlil Has ('unit.? Mrs 1 >en,i Crowoll.
Ohorns? Lead Mo.
Solo?Tho Greatest Love .Mrs Tennlc Wood*
Trin? Peace Bo With Y.m ? Mesdamos Wurnor, Wiw.l? and Stewart
Solo?[:)?-?, is tlio Nation?Mrs. Old Dykes
Chortu?Uo Itulotli Korover.
80I0?I Will Iv,li..M Him -Mr. Oatthn Wnrnor.
r/inale?Unto the Bud t>f the World.
MINNIK STEWART, Pianist
_Assisted by PROF, (' X PAIN.
We hope every parent and friend will come and bring their chil
|drea to see this beautiful sacred cantata rendered.
ADMISSION. Adults, 15c; Children, 10c.
Buy your Stationery and Office Supplies
rom the Wise Printing Company.
&_
RY.l
Schadiilnii, rft",v
Nov. M tgi,
LEAVE KOHTI) N-fl r, ,
Lynchburg and iut,-ri,,,,!;,,!" ''?
Philadelphia via llu^r"^*
Pullman sleeper Koanok? rS
inoiid niul Norfolk AI?., ,,, ' :>
at BluoftoM with ,,V
I'ullinaii slec|ier to I iiifintvaii
Cohonbua.
LEAVE NORTON?3:80 ,, ,
.North. East ?ml >Vc?t. ''
MSA VE BRISTOL?Dally o I
for East Itadford, U..;,..... ,;,
burg, Potoreburg, It
Norfolk. Pullman i .
Klehmond ltoanoliot<.||a
rutlman sleeper H?gen ?
York.
r.:(HJ p. in. for Norfolk ami InterroetasBI
points, l'llllllian Sln jii, ?,. \{iri1'
1:3S |>. in. ami ~:.V> p. in. iL: , ,.| s 1
trains with piillman sin-,,, ;Htll ItyA ; :
ingtoti. lialthnoro. I'liii., :. :;,|. , .
Now York via Lynehburg li.?.,
make local slops.
Vi:U> |>. in. daily for all polnta l,u?. H
Bristol and l.ynchlim,: i ? .. "
Walton at 6:40 p. m. with t|
cago Express lor all poiuta . ... ,
northwest,
If yon uro thinking of taking ? u.. *;
Y<il want quotations, eheapi tTire m
liable and correct lilforiimtioii, ??' ?' tsj
routes, train schedules, the nu
able and quickest way. Writs niHi tm
Information is yoiim for II.o asking, tin Hi
one of out complete Map Koldcri
W. I'. S.VUNDKHS, H. I'. \
W It. UUVILI.,
I'ass. Traf Mm SI
Haiti Ire v,
V. & S. W, Railway
In Eflccl February 15th, Wit.
LEAVES BUI STONE (iAT
No. - daily 0:06 a. in. for lirisl . .,, i .
lerineitiato points. Pullman >l?i<t
Louisville to Bristol. Coniti lit)
N. & \Vi for pointh Last and Sou;H
fur points South and \Ye?t.
No. a daily, except Sunday, 11 II ya
for St, Charles and. Intermedia)?
points.
No. I dally , except Sunday, 8:11 f rmfoi
Bristol ami intermediate point* I
neets with N. ,t W. for points Kut.
Connects at Moccasion tin
train No. 8 for Hull s (lap, lieg??
vlllu and intermediate points
K?r additional inforiuatioii apply t
nearest Agent or
\Y. K. ALLEN,
General Pasaoiigcr Vgcrit
Bristol, Tain
I DR. THOMAS F. STALKY
Ref raction ist.
I Treats diseases ol the Bye, Gar, Noil
and Throat.
Will be in Appalarbia FIHST KltlllAl
in each month until 8 I'. M.
BRISTOL, TBNIS.'V.
NEAL & MASTERS"
General Blacksmith
Repair Work.
Iloiler and Machine llcpairuig, llor.<?
I ?hoeing a specialty. Wagon and BiiKs")
Work. We make a specialty of putthlg
I on rubber tires Alt work glirin |>niinp
I and careful attention.
Big Slono Gap, Va.
J. C. CAWOOD
BLACKSM1TH1NG
tilg Stono Gap, Va.
Wagon anil Buggy work A Sji
I liav.-an Up-to-date Machine for pulling
on Kubbor Tires. All work giyon prompt
at tent inn.
FOX & PECK,
Civil and Mining- Engineers.
Big Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ks
Kcport.s and estimates on Coal and '1
lier Lauds, Design and Pinn? ot.Co?l Slid
i olio Plants. Land. Uailroad and Milt*
Engiueerlug, Eloctrle nine 1'riutiug.
DR. G. M. PEAVLEK,
Treats Dlsuauuu or the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
BRISTOL. TENN.
vVlii bo In Anplaachta Third
Friday In Each Month.
mjll.SS-1
NORTON. VA.
Practice limited to diseased of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throai
Will he in AppalachTa every Satiirdns
Ollice with Ur. Holts over Postoflice..
Dr. G. C. Honeycutl
DENTIST
BIG STONE GAP, VA.
Ofltcc in Willis llutldlug over Mutua.
1 >rug Store.
Will be in Cliiiehport every Saturday
C. L. Hamblen
Representing
The Southern Underwriters
with other good i-'irc Inauranco Compa?
nies. Call on hint when you
need insurance.
BIG STONE GAP, VA.
Dr. J. A. GiInter
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE -Over Mutual Drugstore.
Big Stone Gap, Va.

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