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WKONKSOAY, MAI 8, 1910 Published Ever; Wednesday try Uie WISE PHHMTING COMPANY, Oll.BERT N. KNK'.HT. - lidltor. Onu Y.'lir. 81? Months. Thmo Month*. *l OO ? SO ?S2S Kntered scconllnc to postal regulation* ?1 till. pOtl-ofBcO a| tilg Stone (J?p a? SCO mid-class nmttcr. SI USCRI8ERS arc earnestly re quested to observe tho elate printed on tlioir address slips, which will keen them nt all times posted as t.i the date of tho expiration of their sub? scription. Prompt ami timely attention to this request will save all parties a great deal of annoyance. Our Greatest Menace. Tho people of tho United States am facing the menace of war on over* hand, from every point of ilia compass. We nro having diplomatic troiibles with Kugland, and ('an ada, i l-'aiglaml's possession!, is to out north. We are at the breaking point with Germany on the east. Mexico is a thorn in our llosh to the south, and now comes Japan as a possible and dangerous adversary to (lo? west. From every point of the com? pass: And yet there is an oven greater iiieuaco to the future of our country right within the circle of the compass itself within our own borders and among our own people. Thai menace is the hyphen. Englishmen, Kreuchinon,< lor mans, Austrinns, Italians, Kut< sians, Serbians, men who sprang from every nationality are forgetting their American eil i/.enship and violently es poilB?lg the cause of one nation or another in the unhappy strife which is destroying our neighbors across the water. Men wild came from other countries to escape oprossi ui and sought asylum ia our laud of freedom are denouncing our own government and out con? gress because we us a nation do DO! champion tlio CflUSe of the particular country from whence they came. This condition is not confined to the people ol anyone nationality. lt.-.\ists Wherever a foreign tongue is spoken?mildly in some in stances, insanely rabid in oth ors. A man is either loyal to this country or he is hot. If ho en? joys the blessings of American Citizenship and the protect ion of the American Hag the least be can do is to respect his (lag ami his country and demon strato his loyalty by his act-. Currying a hyphen around on ouo shoulder and a chip on the other is anything bin an evi? dence of loyalty to this coun? try. We are a nation made up of the people of many tongues. The very nature of this admix? ture of nationalities, collective, ly constituting a great and rich and powerful nation, becomes at once its greatest and most serious menace. A people may Statut und flourish only us thi ? i cilia in loyal one to the oth. i nod all to a common Hog. IL\ id- d they become a mass ot ? uarling, bickering, lighting factions, each bent upon the destruction or elimination of tl.thor, Bui it is not y.-t too late to pause ami lake Kt?CK of our selves and of the position in which we are placing our com mon country -the place we know as home, and which feeds us, and clothes Iis, und provides us with tlie luxuries und pleas, tires of life. Let the European inonarcbs ami the European people light their own battles. Our business and our duty is to consider only mir own indi vidual interests, and" those in? terests aro the interests of oui country. If tho time should coino when it becomes imperative thai tho United States Bhould take up arms against any foreign eoun tty, then we should do so as American citizens, us ii United country, as a people who know but oiio Hag. and who serve that flag to tin- death; Ai.Hu Items Sunday morning Mh> Geor? gia little nccompttuii d her grandmother t<> her t ome til London, Ky , where she ?ill spend quite awhile; John Hurt, of tho Appnla chin Hardware Compaiiy, i- oh a visit to his home in Bedford county. Mrs Harry Wliileheail and son, Donald, of llai luti, Ky., spent several dtt) slip ji is1 week with Mrs. K. \Y. Ilolley . Mcsdtinies .1. \V. Glint tier and Boltio Bobinsoil spent Sunday afternoon at Big St.me Gap, Mrs. Mac Coo].er, of Jenkins, Ivy., spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mr* St roh gl Miss Florence MeComlick, of Big Stone Hap, visited Miss Help Tuesday. Mrs. Wagner, of Bristol, ii visiting her daughter, Mrs. V ,1. Johnson. Mrs. Vergie Fields, -.f Mendo tu, is visiting Mrs, Blainc liibbs. J.. SJ MeCotnieil was a busi? ness Visitor to St. Paul Thurs? day. On Friday Miss Borgron and Mrs. Iloir delightfully enter tallied at supper Misses ? Iriftith. Left wich, Currier, Delp ami llerndoa; Mcsdatnes R duns,in and (irim: Messrs. Sulfrulgc. Hopiier ami (livens. Oh Sunday Mrs, W. N. Breed illg entertained at dinner I 'i of. Snlfridge ami Miss Elizabeth Sullivan. Memorial Service for Arch? deacon Lloyd. Christ Church was lilted Sun. day at morning serviee with the devoted friends of that won derful man of Hod who labored with such Uhseltlsh devotion and untiring /Mu\ in tbo coiil Heids until lo- w. nt t r'om us 1 wo years ago Archdeacon John j. Lloyd. The church was be.in ti fill .vith the snowy Kastor linens, (lowering dogwood, and potted plants and dowers. The Kaster nnihem "Christ, our Passover, is Hiierilieed for us'", was repeated by request liy the choir, and Di. Lloyd's favorite hymns were sung by the choir and eoiigregation. An excellent sermon foil,,wed by the rector, Bey. W. .1. Al frioiul, who spoke of the many EVERYBODY wants to save moiicy ? ???? -? on - iVERYBODY who Hades with ns :. DOES = save money on Gel in on the savings yourself. Witt Grocery Company Big Slone Gap, Va. Here's Speedy Relief from Kidney Troubles 'ToIot SMnny Mill bavo douo mo a heap of g-ood." A. T. Harriott, Brock- 1 ton, Mass. Some dsyii It nccrnn as if you crtn no lonprr bear tho j>.\!n und misery you , rulTrr from Icl.tticy n::il bladder trouble. The jietio ecroM your back nrown woreo With every imivo you molco, und wltii every step you take. It not only robs you of nil your !itren.:th and encrrry. but It afreets ttio other Important organs of the body as well. NcrTOUsnesa, head? ache, disordered stomach, liver trouble, b:o! eydelcbt, rira only *omo of Jhn con? ditions thnl follow kidney trouble. Foley Ktdr.cy ri!H hell? tho ^i,-)t wo.Mc kldnoye to rcirafn their normal healthy state snd activity. When ihey ?r? again able to do (heir work effectively, your rwtrni I? no lotiRer rhoked nnd blocked with poisonous wasto matter. Vour symptom* clear up, your wearlm-ss. i.nlii, misery nml weakness ito away. Koley Kidney l'llls can do yuu nl&o heap of ifoud.'* Mutual Drug Company ItSlonc liap. Vs. evidences lie foiiiid throughout the boal liclds of Dr. Lloyd's groat mission work, and of llie beautiful cliaract r <?f ithb mini, himself. It is ibo intention of the eon grcgntion of t'husi rimreh to observe liunlially the anniver sary of Dr. Lloyd's death with a lilting memorial Ber\ ice in llie little eliureh which lie loved so well, and in which there is a tablet to bis memory. Paul Jessce Brought Home. Paul .lessee, who has for llie past few years, held a position at the Soldiers' Home at .lohn-1 son City,was8U(ldehtly stricken with a severe attack of heart trouble hi that place about two weeks ago, from which lid has not fully recovered lie was brought to the boiiie of Iiis mother here Wednesday night by his brother, Harry, who was called there hist week on ac? count of bis serious illness. His condition was such that it was necessary to make the trip on ti cot and at present is resting as Well US COUld he expected. Paul has many friends in the (lap, who will regret to learn of his illness and hope for a s; -cdy iSoc?yery. A PIANO AI A BARGAIN. Customer living near Jducs ville has failed to keep lip pay. incuts on piano and we will turn over to reliable people for either cash or easy terms. Ohus. M. Stielt, livncliburg, Va. Tennis Notes. The members of the ('timber land TellIIis I Muh starte.1 play ing tennis last week. The new court has boon put in good coil ?Iii toii, the fence around tin-two courts will be repaired and the conns put in lirsi class condi? tion for I In' larL'e membership of the club. Much interest has been taken by the members, and a lot of meets will take place during the coming sum? mer. "If It Rained I Felt Bad." "But Not Any More", Says Richmond Man Who Hopes Others Follow Him. " Every lime i! rained I felt bad and Couldn't move without having severe hitchings in my back- and my right shoulder and my aim would become still. Lumbago was llie name they gave for it and sometimes I could liardly breath it pained so" said Alfred Scott, of jool .Main Street, Richmond, Vn. "Put since taking Tanlac I feel like a difforont man. .My pains have disappeared entirely and (itv appetite is great. I sleep line and lily general condition all around lias improved great? ly. I am very glad to recom? mend Tanlac because it has helped me as none of the other remedies have. I sincerely hope that some other sufferer will try Tanlac, as I did, and 1 am sure it will help him too." Vos. it will help all who try it it has proven ibo wonder re.ly el" t in- BgO, 11 is now on sale here by the Mutual Drug Company. Co today. Delay is dangerous.?adv. Heavy Advertising For Popular Tobacco. In this issue of tho Post and simultaneously in a largo 11111:1 her of Southern newspapers, | there appears a very striking' und unusual full p-.?ge adver , lisemurit for Tuxedo smoking ] tobacco. This advertisement contains the endorsement id ' twenty-threo railroad firemen] who smoke Tuxedo und prefer' it to all other tobaccos. It is but oiie link in n btrOi g lidver Using campaign now I.g waged on bell iff of Tuxedo all] tint.ugh the Smith Tuxedo, always a popular brand in this part of the coup' I try, has received fresh impetus from this vigorous advertising! ami sales campaign, carried on with characteristic energy und euthnuiiism. As a result it is announced that Tiixedo now enjoys a itirg?r Southern sale than at any other lime in the history of t he brand . The advertising being clone in the newspapers not only ! strongly features the endorse' nichts of well-known smokers J but explain fully the reasons fOi the mildness, swa etm ss and unique "nun liiling" t| minus of I nxe.lo?the cbiiriicieristics I to which the w ide popularity of the brand is due AGED MINISTER SEEKS CONFEDERATE PENSION .lohn F. IVatcr, of Appalachia, Says He is Nearly 100. Beni with ilie weight and | whitened with the care of near- j ly live' score years, .lohn K. j Prater, of Appalachia, Va., spent his last cent to come to Bristol yesterday lo see if a pension could he secured for liihi He is a veteran of the civil war and for fifty years, was a minister He says he does not remember Hie exact ' year in which he was horn, hut ? thinks that he must he nearly] lOU years old. He called on Mayor .1. H. Kaiieotte yesterday afternoon io get ihe mayor's help lor a return ticket to Appalachia" Mayor Faiicctte and Adjutant! W. II. Phillips, of the Salvation] Army, got the ticket for him and Mr. Prater returned to his' home.--Bristol Herald Courier, j 'The politician who makes a , fitniotisspeech that rings around ! the world becomes a great man ami breaks into history. But the farmer who raises the big gest potato and tie- cleartcsi wheat is a boon to humanity lllld history never henr-i of him. Ami yet we claim to he a just ami impartial people! Comissioner's Sale. fiiioikgo -I it I. aiui Tnisl (Vmnjniiv i-il hi the above styled ,? 1,,,e ? -: \ , ,,n... | will proceed in tli.'- fro'iil ,|.if the coil rI house of \\ i~r i ounty, mi t in; 101 Ii day of June, 1916, it 11 ? >< lock if, hi. to itell it public, inn ? lieu anil tu tin- higliesii lil.lilur nit ol ihe linnierty of the \ 110.IM \ AND KKN 'I'll IK Y ItAlhW.U ro.MfA.VA i whatsoever hnturo, i,-.,l, pornonal nr iiitv of liK-ludlng franchises, francliiiio ii.-l.i-. tights of wiry, its lim-..i railroad extend-: Ing from tli.- town of Wlso, Wim- Cliiui ly, Virginia, to its conhcotioi, with the Mllt.KOI.K A X II WKSTUHN KAU. WAY ., short ill-lame east Of Norton. Virginia together with its main Irack?. Mile Hacks, nan .mis. switches, spurs, depot, dcput ground; bridges, culverts, rolling .st.uk. equipments, machinery, tools ami :ill fixtures, appliances ami ..tie rr property of Sit halsoovor id,,,]eharact: or whii-h tin- saiil t'onnuic/ now owns The term* of the sale, shall In- .,- fob loWs C.'asli In lianil on the day of hale for a sumsullicient to pay tin'- cost of suit, i.-iv.s. receiver'!) indebtedness ami the amount due on the outstanding bonds of the defendant and interest duo thereon, or hucIi part thereof an the j.r.ipetty may Illing upon tin- sale, and as io till) rcnldtio of the price bid tile iale shall lie upon a credit of one, two ami three years In.in the ilay of Halo, with interest" from the day nf sale tin- purchaser lo oxciute in-!. -, ..r bOihla with o,.vod personal m-. in? ly payable to the undersigned special Commissioner for the deferred install incuts of purchase money. 'Ihe sale shall l?- made tubji it t.> the t.i\,-sof 11)10 Ni. hlil for h-vs Huh Jlli.OOO.OO will Ira accepted I'm full particulars niul pros, pectiu relating to this prO|rarty address the uiulundctied cdmmltuloucr: Virginia:?In tho Clerk's ?fllcc of the i Ircuit Court of the County uf \V(?o. Chicago Title ami Trust Co. Vlrginliai'id Kentucky lUllway Co. IN CIIANCKHY. I,.I. 1). Horten. II. < Ink of the said Court, do certify that the n.I required of tho S|>ocial Comnihaloner t.y the de er.c rendered in said cause no the l!5th day of April, 1910, bit Inen duly given, (liven under my hand as I). Clerk of tho nl.l Couit this the Osih day of April, 1916! .1. IV DOR POX, May 3.18-21. Deputy Clerk. A S?'nny Disposition^ / ? in the morning follows the use of the night before The laxative tablet with the pleasant taste We have the exclusive selling rights fpr thii great laxative ? 77ta Ji&xaxx* Storo KELLEV DRUG CO. South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fire Life, Accident and Casuality In surancc. fidelity arid Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers, flli!? in littuiumnt Building . UIG STONE GAP, VA J. C. CAWOODj BLACKSMITHING I3IK Stono Gap, Va. . tt'agoii and Buggy work A Siieolalty I have an i'p-to-dufo Machine foi nulling nil ltubbcf Tins All work giveri prompt aUclitiini_ DR. G. M. PEAVLER, rro?'ta Uisonaoa of tho Eye, Ear, Hose and Throat UHISTUI-, VENN'. vVill o-j In Annlaa " '"'a ?'Inrtl Fridai in ?r.ch Month, ?tiii-wa Dr. G. 0. ttoncycutt DENTIST BIG STUN _ GAP, VA. Olilce in Willis lluitdlhr> over Miitila. I 'nit; Store. Will he in i,liiu;li|iort every Saturday C. L. Hamblen lii;iiir<'lii.'iii|hg The St?ul hern Underwriters Ulli Other gotMl I'iic Insurance l'nnipa nies Onli on him ? hen ytSu iii'eil insurance, I'.IG STONE GAP, VA. Dr. J. A. Gi liner Physician and Surgeon (IITI'i: O.e, Mn id l)rii-Si,.i. Big Stone Cap, V-i. D. F. ORR, UIG STONE GAP, - VA i mice in I'olly budding. IcM?eSie is one ol the common symp? toms of womanly Uoutilr, ami the cause lias to be removed before you can rid yourself ol it entirely. A medicine that mere? ly kills paih, docs not go (o lite scat oi the trouble, and kill the cause. What you need is a woman's medicine-one which acts directly, ycl gently, on Hie womanly organs. TAKE The Wcman's Tonic After having used Car du I, Mis;-. Llllle Gibson, oi t'hrise uian, Texas, writes: "About three years ago, I was just ontcting womanhood, and was sick in bed lor hearty nine months. Sometimes I would have such headaches, and olh er aches, 1 could hardly stand It. I tried Cardtti, and now I am cured ol all my troubles. I shall praise Cardul as long as I live." Cardui is the medicine you need. Try it. Ii-OS) .i. Schedule in f fact Nov. 23i I91L iJk?VK NORTO N?Oil") k in Lvnehhnrg nml Intornicdl.vtc iU- ::: iliiiic. fullnuih ?loener IHucflcldl? ' Philadelphia vlii Ifngentowii, v i H Pullman slcc|k>r Ronnoke in llitb- t nioml nml Norfolk. Also coubceUoM Q nt Itlueflolil with trains tt'cMbwrnl | Pullman Blceper to Oh-liratti ?ml n i nlumbus. I.KA.VK MiltTON??-? .tili p. fqi ;?? ? North, Last nml Weit. ?EAVE BRISTOL?Daily, u;lr> s ti. t tot Kaal Itatlforil, Uban?ko, l.ynth. I brirgi l'?tcribarjgi ltloluncir.il wd S Norfolk. Pullman l'artor Car to } Kielimohd! ltoanokololl.il'. Pullman sleeper lUnerslowu bi X? ' York. 5:00 p. m. for Norfolk ami inU-rincdi?!* j points, nillniaii SU-epcr? to Xortoti | 1p, iu. and 7 itVJ |>. m. (limited. I Solid \ trains willi piiilmnusleeperstuV'uV. lugtoii, lialtinioro, IMilladolphls n I Now Vorn via Lynchburg. Doe? not make local slops, 12:16 p. m. dally for all points betwett Bristol and Lynohburg. Coi Walion al 0:10 p. ni. with tl" l h cAgn Express for all points -.??-? n 1 northwest. Ii yon uro thinking of taking * tn| YOt want iniotatlons, cheapest fai liable and correct information, a* to routes, train schedules, Ihu most cbhifijrl able and ijuickcst way. Write Sod Ui< information is yours for life asking, wilt one mi mir complete Map Kobler?, W. i . Sai niii.iis, li. P. A. W II. lll.vll.l.. Pass. Traf Mgi UoMioki ,v .. V. & 8, W. Railway In Effect February 15th. MM. i.K.wr.s ilia STONK HAP N... S dally U:0o a. in. lor Bristol si'i' " leruiediaiii |x>lnts. Pnllniah slcrptt Louisville to liiist..I. Connects *i? N. iV W. roi i.II? Kastalid Sen 11 l'or]h>inls >.iiiili and West. No, II daily, except Sunday. 11:11 a. |n lor St. Charles and int 0 r in c dial t No 1 uiliij , except Sunday, ?:U p. nt; lW l'.|i-ti.l and illtel mediate pnillts ' ni-eis wltb X. As \Y. for points I ifl; I'lilinecis at Moceasion Gap M'itt I rain S o. 8 Un Hull a Hap, Rogers vlllc -iiui inteimediale points. i'm additional Information appb '? Heilest Agellt ill w. i:. ALLV.N, Ouiicral Passenger AgeiH Bristol, Ten" DR. THOMAS F. STALED Refractionist. frents discuses ol the Bye, liar, tiptt and liiruat. Will bein App.il.iehi, IIHST KRIDA 1 in each month until il P. M. BRISTOL; TLNN.-V. NEAL & MASTERS General Blacksmith Repair Work. Under and Machine licpalriug. Ilm -' shining a specialty. Wagon and Hliggy Work. We make a specially of putting on rubber tires All Work given pruui|i and careful attention, Big Stone Gap, Va. FOX & PECK, Civil ?.nid Mining Engineers Big St?ne Gap; Va. Harlan.Ky. I Report? and estimates on t'oal and Tun :tn>r Lands, Design and I Mans of Coal and 'Coke Plinth, l.imil, Hailro.id ami Mio? Bugiiicoriug, Electric Blue Printing.