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Appnlachio, Vn., July 10.?
Mitts ?ntla Dickeneon, of linn sonville, is tilt* guest of Mr. iiuil Mrs. Mini ii Gitiba. Misses l-'.lsio ninl Olivo lior gren uro visiting relatives in Ruuiiington (Inj) and Jones v ill... Mrs. M. J. Mull lins im her gui'iii 11r. K.nuly S. Kiinyon, of Richmond. Miss Mamie Hurgess left last week for I hindl on, Vll , where sin- will fipotul :i fow days with h?r sister, Mrs Walter Griten wooil, then will go lo her hoiliu iu Rocky Mount, N. I'. tin lust Friday evening Mrs. M. II. Chizer entertained at six o'oloek dinner, Misses Kvnl Wood, Onrrie l.eo King, Ruby Klanary, lieorgie Hnlei Messrs. ,1. M. Melitiinoie, hotelier Tale, Douglnn AgCo ami Irvine I Mill Mrs. Mannt, who has hoen tin- guest of Miss 1*.licit Kcrgrcn the past two weeks returned tn her home in llarogute, Tenn , lasl Wednesdiiv. She was hi eompanied honie hy little Knit It Hergreii. Miss Kitty llolloman, nf Killgsport, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J nil ii Uibsoni here. Mrs It. K. Jett and little llllllglllcr, 1111 tit, are visiting friends and relatives in KvnilH ville, In,I Mr. and Mrs. I; I!. Murker entei t allied at dinner Suilthiy Urs. S. D. Rowland. J. A Hot, kins, Messrs. Hen. Morton, \V, lit 'at riet und Lelell Tute. Miss Minivia Itielimimll, of Jonesv llle, is t he guest nf her sister, Mrs. M. I,. Stallau!. l?r. W. it. Meters hfl last week for North Carolina, where he joined his wife und children for a few day 's \ i.-il. I1'. it. Cleek spent Sunday in Si Maul t he guest nf his ninth er. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kin lor entertained at dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs. Rhtiii llihhs, Miss ('alia Mickelisdli und Mrs J. Sit graves:. I'nmiM .mi |t_l weak, ' Miss Emily Jonen, of Rich? mond, is ihe guest of her sister, I Mrs. M. .1. Iloir ut this place. Miss Nancy Smith wont up to St Puul lust Tuesday to attend the marriage of her Bister, Miss Josephine Hamilton left last Friday for Oundry, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. lt. K. Williams, until the tirst of August then will n<> to Now port. Vs., and lake up her work as music-teacher, Mrs. Marotl, of llarogate, Tenn., is the guest of Miss Kilon Borgrcn. Miss M. I>. ('oilier has as her guests Misses Ucrlruilo Moore and Lucile llunn, of Bristol. The Appnldcha Hand Wen) over to Bristol Monday to fur Inish music for Bristol's fourth ? if .1 Illy eehdir.it ion. I Mrs. W. A. Jones, of Stou oga, spent tin1 week and with her sister, Mrs It I!. Phrkor. Miss Sally Carter, of Norton. Missos Phroniio Kvuns, Kuril Hull, of Miihll.'shorn, and Miss Savanna Hull, of .loncsvjllo, were guests of Irvine llolT last Friday evening. tin last hViiltiy livening < Mrs. M. I?. Collier entertained a umitbor of young folks in honor of her gu'est. Miss Uortrtido Moore, of Bristol. Mrs. Brilon, who has hoen llio guests of Miss Kllen Bur gess, the past weok left Kriduy for her home in Florida. Harold Knylor was mingling with old friends in Appaluchiti iho past Week. Wm Howard, of Boanoke and B. I. Talcott. of Louis? ville, spout Sunday in Appala ehia. Mrs. W. T. Leo spent last Wednesday in Kusl Stone < lap. t he guests of friends Stntc i'f bliin. i'io ..' T' liilu I lau'?? e-'iiiiii- t ?'??. I'r.Tnk .1. eilen, ei .. i| it, o Tu f ? mini imrlniT >f Uu- tum .,r r .! ,'i,. n. , ? i.'ii. ?l.ilni; lintln,.-*-. *i, lt.. i'Mv ,,f '''?? Irilo, county io,.| Sim,- nf.,t, Ihm ?Hill lion ml! |,:o Iii.. .?,.: ,f UM llUNDllKli 11? ?1.1 IIIS 1. ?ry enm* of eiioiiTii tum e.i,i,.i i... ,ie.,i by tin- UN i.f ii m i 's r \t \nun enui: l it INK .1 CIIHNTV SiM-rii l.i in'for,' in.- un.l sin,. ,.| i? my iin-viici'. IIS? Ctli .1 o .,f 11... 111?..? r. a i> tue. tSmll A. W. <;t.i:\sov, . _ Nniiiry IMihlin' Holl'? rviinrrh Our- I? InlK-n Ini.riiiilly iinil in in illn-.tlv upon ihr hlnoil Unit iui|. roll? Mirfn.?f tlu. i-vh.iii. Sin.l for tvfttllitnnl-il-,. fr?,, F. J; CIIKNKV .< CO Tpl?<!o. O Hot.l hv nil liniKi-l-it? : T?k. lull'? Fama? ein? r... rnnttlpmion. FreeTrial Your Choice of Ninety-Four (94) Styles p: ri II.c I- I Ml All I (.1 ?>??/?> ll.Vt. 1 11. ..? II....I? |-.?-.l.!.- ..1.1- I. OUI *'.iCJOi(!' M7iM 1 TlHUUlillytii* pta*. ci-'i'n un UOUCV 1 ? . ronavi oCrtU nli itiUriCI . r t? yiai all r/>.i i u-.< hrriNitil tuui ckoiwof an ?ri~i i i ii.v/. mumh-s FflKK trial ill!.. tVi; w III il*l..iil>/i Mini. AI*o, i.Ki-ii.l >. ,ii .!?.. f nor l/tl.Vrir.S KRKE IIIIAI.. holet if ti > il * 1? m.ri ' - tilt TIRES, LAMPS, Built-Up-Wheel. Inlll.irlc Mioliunriit ninl Sim.ln.-. ' n. will mllir Htpall Paltaanil C.lull.ll .1. IUI Often f. I ii.n.r l'st m. I'ltici:: in in. >.ir runrtiii. Itvtn il vuiiilo hut nein nc< i youi ul.l nlc>c|r, )ou tm<t tlilii Cnutoitttc in UU >ou RIDER AGENTS WANTED A DartlctlUr atj-lc ?ultrU Id yoar qam ntt.li nor* ami ? Idiot ' K;mk-cr?" tin] i.iUinr onlcu Iron* Ihtif frirtwi ?alt ami a.? ran ruu. inn ctcat uiilnut ntifrctcd i tUtuiii arid lui ' uutllty" lik-irlct at pik-ta 1*1.nil ?viuittltui? MOTORCYCLC AND AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. . .. ii... t tn u.. ?? lint* mi |owr?t prkri ThouMnili nf tan ' Uli reit-'i imiotnttaol a iitni ration n^o art- mm l-avtm Uaii "Auio 'r.itiidru* i-t u?. laxatiM OMV Itttcw 'Meat! ' quality aial pile, ? air WHITE US ion AY. A itf*UI i ir ju t J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO. ,-i i.i I tlx CHICAGO. ILLINOIS Reduction in Lamp Prices E Effective July 1st. 1910 WE WILL SELL D1SON MAZDA LAMPS a) the following prices: wait Lamps.cash 22 c?charge 25c watt Lamps.cash 22c?charge 25c wait Lamps.cash 22c?charge 25c watt Lamps .cash 22c?charge -'5c watt Lamps.cash 29c?charge 32c wait Lamps.cash 52c?charge 57c watt ??("'* Lamps.cash 85c charge 95c watt "C" Lumps.cash $1.70?charge fh8? watt "C" Lamps.cash $2.55 charge $?.<?5 Transmission Company of Virginia Hi? Stone Gap and Appalachia, Vn. USE CARE TO KEEP DISEASE FROM HOGS n r 7 wr 7 S ? ? 7 UTSlOt ff ?1 Ground Plan of Hoghouaa, Showing Arr>ng>monl of Inaldn and Outildr Ten?, Etc. Thin Is tliu Um? of year when farm cm ami Itookinan should exercise ?n untiBtinl dcgr.f rare In order to ft void dlSMle r.nxiuK their hog* warn* Dr. P. H. Bchoonlebor, profoneor of votorlnnry medicine In the Kam-?? Stiita Agricultural college. What nhoulil bo dune to prevent cholera, awtim plague, nnd other hog dlieaae?? Should the farmer feed one of the many dt??n*n preventive* adver? tised on th? market or ihould he vac? cinate the hoga? Theiii am ?omn of the many quest lone that com? In from KaiiH.t? farmer*. "If the herd ?howl no Hltni of Infoclinn, do neither." In the advice of Doctor Hchoonleber. VGIeaUl up," biiye ho, "not only the lot* ?nd pens, but the pretnliet. Thie nhnuld ho doli? under the supervision of a veterinarian or lomo other person who him a km-owled-jo of bacteriology and sanitation. No one eine will do the Job properly/' If all the farms were cleaned up In thin manner each year, point*, out thi? authority, not only spine disease*, but Uli Other stock dl?i-n*e? would ovontually bu largely eliminated Tbl? fact cannot I?' too strongly em? phasized, and fanners should be Will? ing to CO-oporatO In stamping out the cause of it loa? of million* of dollur? every year. "When there In any disease In the neighborhood or' vicinity, then It I? l e a to vacclnato, unlng the slmnlla naou? method," aays Doctor Sohoonlo bor. i M i gutfahteei Immunity from cholera for nil yeara. Tb? Herum ran ha obtained from the agricultural college and any veterlnartnu can dfl the vaoclnatlnc. The coal rniiKcii fron] il lo 30 rnnt? for ahout? up l(> 11 2t for heavy hoga. ? 'Ihn whole Problem ?f proventini dlaeaan and having healthy, llirlft> hog* la. however, oho of ?aiittatlon When the farinnrn Innin Ituil bogt retpond to gi?>d care u? quickly m pennln, and an> altnoHt aa lUIceptlbll tn dlaeaae. Ibny ?III take bettor cur? of thoin and ?III have far tewel loeaee. | "At prcaenl thrrn <? hardly u vlcln 1 lly In Kaiiaa* whnr? hi<K? uro grown lo any eitent, that hit not aoino ills I raae. Tha aamn druHtlc mentuirct. ahnuld ha taken to frco the alflti ol hoff cholera that are lined wit It (dot and mouth dlaeaae, glnndera, or uny other fatal alock dlannac "Them are ararcaly .my herein ol hogs In thla or an? other atnto that ara not Infected morn or P-na with paraaltea. There Ih much danger dur lue lb" "rat two months of tie- fall from ilia feedlni of green corn, ettici It hua a natiual tendency to lower the vitality of (rowing hogn Thein i'wi facta, coupled with cold weather und confinement, make the contraction el dtaease caay If grrma are brought Int. the tola " EARLY HATCHING PAYS BEST Farmer Loaca Much Profit ort Egg* by Not Giving Young Stork SuftV dent Time to Mature. >U> PHOF II I. KF.MI'KTr.ll. Univer? sity r.f Missouri, Otlleg" of Altrtcul lure.) The P-Ollltr) keeper who eipeeta to Kot eggs next winter must have bis chicken* hatch early this spring. 11 re quires from live to seven monlhit for a three to Ovo pound ben to mature that ehe will lay. Then hen of the heavier breeds mich u? HocVh, Und?, WynhdotteS, etc , weighing from live to eight pounds each require from one to three mouths longer. This Is based on the assumption that the chicks are kept growing well during the summer months The Missouri farmer lose? large profits from winter ckk? boc*o?e he does not give tils young slock suf Hi lent time to mature before winter ?Ota In This prevents his flock bo lug productive during Iho winter months l'nless a pullet Ih laying In tVcoin her It Is practically Impossible for her to lay much until February, uncording | to oxperimonti at the Mlsnourl agrl cultural Htattua This shows the. net slty of batching early If the batch I?, completed by May 16 there remains hut .sever, months In which to mature thu pullets. if winter eggs are ex? pected, the hatch should be eilllipleled before ihut lime. Kgg records show that early lailng pullets -November? und le?Convbot are the ones that make the high egg yields and also lay eggi at the time of the year when the price Isohe highest. Karl) hutching Is tinpoitant. noli only from the standpoint of next joar'?| winterregg yield but also becauae the] o?rlj hutched chick conies from! stronger eggs, und the. chicks get a| start before the cltronu- hot weather! arrives For those tw-o reasons the! poultrykoeper should inert every en I orgy to get off the hutch as stsin aa| possible FRESH MEAT IS A NECESSITY! No lle.iaon Why Farmer'? Family j Should Be?Deprlved of Beef-land Mullcnl During Ihe Yoa>. More fanners,ill U bellvedj would Und tt profitable Ito raise In notdltlon to hogs onnugh Tor bacon, a fee* plgi. calves, lambs und kids for frcejh meal during the year There Is no treason Why tlm funnel s<fam!ly eho'.ildlbo de prlVetl of (rt-sh ,niont when anlmsli can bolralaod for this purra-noton ihe farm This will nequlrn paiiturnvrropn und feed, hut lh.nlill what tfarnxs are for. What law Is f there toSrnqidre a man to plant, nlncfteiithtj of] hto farm in cotton" At Ihotrtak offboqng)Caviled ill, i iilucoUho; cotton) acrxMUii auf Helen! to allow/pattture and-tecd^cropa to bo planted i Dcnr.TUa of Charcoal. Add u latdonpoonful of charcoal every other duy to Ihe ?ofl food of the fowls It will heighten up their combs, and tune up their avateta which other*(?o might be In/V* ?? ondl lion for iuak.ttj-g(lhuiu :. ady ? victims at disease. DAIRY COWS FOR THE FAMILY No Other Animal on Farm Will 0? More Important In Supplying Food ? Small Pasture Ample, Tha dairy m\?K will be a very lm< portmit factor In thn food supply tin* year. No other animal will bo mare Importen! In i: ihr food for ihn family. I*|id ownera who have tin ant* w ho will tin required In buy much Of Ihelr food heforo their crops: urn bafvoated should help (horn got but or more cowa. It will not font UlUch flood Cow for Family. to feed a good cow, provided there la h pasture If thero la only a very amall paalure the furnier may flaut soiling crops and thua keep a cow very economically. Thn dairy cowa under reasonable condition! will rave nearly or quite half of the eiponseH of it email fain lly. Where One mult run u store no count auch bllta may be rut hi halt by a good cow. Hlnco we ara to feed ourselves lliln year Instead of the cotton specula Iota, why not Invest In at least enough cowa to supply the futility tahlu with all the milk and butler that call be used T Mont farmers could welt afford tu raise a few heifers every year. There Is very little difficulty In sclllnK good rows. With a stln, n tow acres In permanent paalure and crop* for Kin* tug al tlmee when the permanent pns lure and the illn may not he aulth blent, will cost very little to riilao two or Ihre? holferH every year Try It t'so aome of the acreage In raising calvee and malntiilnlng row a Fowls for Breeding. 'Che hena and pullotn that began to lay leal fall and which laid well durj lug the early winter should he bred from this spring, hut should now be placed hy themselves and not en? couraged to lay very much until their egga are wanted for hntrhtnx an that they will have a chance to he In tha strongest posstbln condition for breed, Ing. Pises few ths Brooder. Ilaee the brooder where It will get tots of sun. and whero the little fel? loe* will have plenty of room to run about, yet be protected from the cold. Fly* tat QratlnQ. Hye Is sometimes sown early In the spring (or graslng purposes It grows very fell oo good soil and uuder the laiusics of the spilun relus and tun. Dr. Williams Re-Appointed. Kichmond, Vn., July 10 ? Governor St tin r I tonight iiti no?hced the re-nppointineiij of Dr. Lumen G. U'iliiams to the office 01 State Health Coiniiiis Bioner for it term of four years beginning July 1st. Dr. Wil? liams has done a wonderful work for the.State in bringing about the establishing of the sanitarium tit Ontniwba and es Inbli'sliing of iho sanitarium for negroes nt Ivor, Vn, He also gained prominence in the "Iiookn ?Hin campaign'.'. Va. Stale liar Ass'n. Norf..Ik. V.i . .Inly it,?Tho twenty-eighth immial session of the Virginia Stale Bar As soo'nlinii will lie held at < Mil Point Uoiiifori July II, 12 and !:t. The program just sent out by John 1!. Minor, secretary of the association, shows among the speakers Lind ley M Gar? rison, former secretary of wnr, hnil Kppli llmiton. Jr.. pn si dent 6f the association. Till" eh ctioii of officers will he hehl On ilie si coinl day ol the nm veution, ?hich opens ihm 'l'iiesdi:\. The annual l.ai (|iiel will I,e l,i hi Thursday higliti' FOX & PECK, Civil and Milling Engineers, Big Sumo Clap. Va. Harlan,Ky ItuporlH anil issl hiintesuii t 'iinj ami i'hn tin I .anils. Ili'slfjli and Plans ill Oal ami Ooku I'i iiit- l.iiiiil; Itillroui! ami Mim Kinjimviinr, r.l.urir llliiii fiintim; Words From The Man Who Knows. He Suffered und Gol Well and Now In Glowing T erms Praises Tan lac. "Von will thank, ihn und thank tin' t'oojii t Medicine Co.. am) I advise all tny friends tn take 'l'anlaf. 1 recommend ii from tin- bottom of my lii'n'rl (of it i|nl a World nf good. I was siitieimg tin- worm kind hl headaches w hielt gradual!) end into almost daily spells of hliudnoss ami priiiiH almost driving nie'ft untie. I couldn't sei; When ihby attacked ine. and this stomach trouble has beeil !?<>!berint; mo for months. I took a lot of different rcme ? Ins hut until Tanlnc came got no results. Kvery time I would eat anything it knot seemed to form in liiv stomach which al ?o h,?then d i if. Hefore I had taken half the first bottle ol In Ii int- I knew I was iiiipiov 'OH Now, 1 can eat anything I want and the headaches ami hllllil ijpol'H have disappeared. I am jih iiM il indeed to rec?ni hienil it to iuiy of my friends In need of sure relief from these troublo-i. ' So spuke K. M ? ri us\ , traveling railroad man II sidmg in Buchanan, V?, lie si cm id Thuine at I he hi etil store there, the Ciiire Drug Cv., and \ on can gel il al l he Mutual I?111lt Company ? tulv. l|| 111 No doubt you arc, il you suller Irom any ot the numerous ailments to which nil women arc sub? ject. Headache, back? ache, sideache, nervous? ness, weak, tired feeling, are some ol the symp? toms, and you must rid vountell ol them in order to leel well. Thousands ol women, who have been benefited by Ulis rcineJy, Urge you to TAKE The Woman's ToniG Mis. Sylvania Woods, olCliflou Mills, Ky., say?: "Hefore taking Car 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 t.ikin", three bottles of Cardul, the pains dis? appeared. Now I feet as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardul." Gelabottle today. E-6S ii ii 'i Schedule in Ffj>ct Nov. 22, mil. l.KAVK NOUT.ON?0:? , ?, ,. Lyucnbuig und interua-diatt ,"t tlooi, PulltDBUsleeper UliieBeld ui Philadelphia via Hagenl l'ullmaii sleeper Koau.At. t,, [j.,^ uioiul ami Norfolk. AliO < uUBsvti ,, at lllutliuld With trains Weklbuiiiul Pullman sleeper to Gliietniittl ?t?j i 'ohiinbus LKA.VB NOKTOX?2130 p North, K?st ?ml Weal. l.KAVK ItlMSTol.?Il.iily. .. :. , ? lor K?st Hattrop), Itouuuke, l.u .i,. b?rg, Petersburg, Klein id , Norfolk. Pullman l'arl?i t?, ;., Itiotunooil. Uoaiioko i-i II . . Pullman ileoper llagcndowu tu X?? York. 5:00 p. im. for Norfolk and Interiiisdl?, puliita, Pulliiiali si.vp. iv |o Norfolk 1 Mi p. in ?ml ' .'>?> p. in (limited ^ .in train:, with puKmausleep iSVatl lugl. Ilaltiihore, Pliiltd. , . ; Now York via l.yiiehhnr,: l><?,mi make local slops. I2:lfi p. in. daily for all points tittaeti llrUtul aiid Lyiichburg. C'iiiiutrUii Walton at .".. Kl p, in -.s it Ii ihc . !., cauo Kxpicss foi all point- u.i mj northwest, lf yon me thinking >>f lukuig . Lri) Ytil want qubUUItihil, chi'a|iesl rats, Kable aiid correct Intoriii?il.ui ;, routes, trdn schedules, the iiiosl t?in(i>ii. nlilu and qulukcsl way Wrl|( ii'.t tbe liiloriii.ili.ni Is vourii for, tli?i ? one of .mi eolilploto Map Poldern W. it. U.vuNokimJ ?I. I', a W I!. Itivn.i. Pak?, Traf M, i V. & 3. W, Raitaj In Wied Pcbruorj ISih, l"ii IjK?VKH iliii stoxk ?'ai1 No. 2 daily '.' lij a in. !??! Krlslnl u ? tcrmcdlnlti point- l'|ilhiiui Louisville to Kllstlll. . ..im. I, .., x. A SV. for iH.ii.ts Kail itii.l I for isillilM South au I W ? sl No. !ldally, except Sunday, II :i . for St! Charles add im ? i m. du ?tolhta, No. I ilallj, e\. epl Sunday.:'. I: |. 1.1 llii-t.,1 and intermediate point* C. N & W. for J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMITHING UlK SU.m o Gap, Va \\ agoti aild lliiggy vi-Orlt A S|ii ij dij I liave nil t p-tn-datc .M.icliinv I'm [.ulliua mi UtiliUiT I Ires. All uurk given i roiuil attention. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Held ol Public School Syilem ol Vlrjioli i?l:i'AitiMi M- Iii i'i.i -i .M ii College, Graduate, Law, Medicine, El I.O.I \ I I NliS AVA II \ III I NEAL & MASTERS General Blacksmith Repair Work. !3iK Stono Gap, Va, DR. THOMAS V. STALEY Ref ractionist. rn-Hl-i discuses til the l:>r, far. und I Iiuiht. ? III be In Appaluoliiu KlIIST I'KIKA' in each ludiitli until :i I'. M. BRISTOL, TENN.'VA. Dr. J. A. Giliiior Physician and Surgeon < > I TICK l> vir Mia ml IfruKtlt.irr! Bi? Stono Gap, V i. D. F. ORR, BIG bTONE GAP, - VA Olli?,) i u Polly HulltliiiK. ? ni e . II, in, i , iv ? Hi.: 1 In '. ?,. hi Dr. (i. C. lioiicvcult DENTIST BIG STONK [GAP, VA OIHco in \\ Ulis liotliling over Mutim I>rug Sinre Will Ik- in Cllnehpurt every Situril C. L. Hamblen Keprcrtchltng The Southern Underwrite!'s with'oilier good l ire liiaurauci. lilrk. Cull on hlin vi'lieu you need insurance. BIG STONE GAP, VA. j DR. G. M. PEAVLEH. Treats UIsoqsoh ot the ; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, BRISTOL, TENN. Will bo In A opal nein a Third Friday In Each Month. ?? 1J?M