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1 $1,500 IN PREMIUMS $1,000 IN FIRE WORKS
I THREE 111 DAYS IIB liffil I September 28th, 29th and 30th Ihi _-? Aeroplane Flights Each Day is) 1st It'll Grounds Lighted by Electric Lights, Fireworks Display Each Hj Night. Base Bail Each Day, Good Racing, Good ^ Shows and Plenty to Eat. | 151 Isi THREE BIG BRASS BA Exhibits can be entered up to and including September 27th I You Should Not Miss This Immense Day & light Fair Every Precaution Will Be Taken To Prevent Accidents. |! Write For Catalog. Admission 35 cents. 1 m m 151 m p WTT&IS, VIRGINIA Unhurt Wilt, of Roda, was visiting homololka horo Sun? day. ,1. P. St id haut was a business visitor ?I It IK Stone (ln|i lust week. W. W. Miuton, one of our prominent merchants, went to lninan laat week Oil business, T. (!. Morris, the Beech Dale fanner, attended the Lou win cott Fair at Big Stone Gap last week. Lyttoti Klliott and George Wells, who have bee i at home for some time, on a visit from Hopewell, will mako their re? turn trip Wednesday. Tho High School base ball team, of ibis place, went down to Hie; Stone (lap and gave the locals there two very splendid games last week. The game on Tuesday wan a "walk over" for our team, duo to Buchanan's and Turner's heavy stick work. Tho one on Friday was very close, hut a victory for our team. The features of this game wert' Turner's pitching and Klkins' llrst base work. Our team lias won two out of three games played. The following are tho ofllcors of tho I Bast Stone Gap High School Literary Society for this year: Bertha Sproles, prosi dent; Billio Unlloway, librarian; Billie Thompson, treasurer, and Virgo) Miuton, censor. Fred MoLdUghin, of Wash iugton, i). 0., bead of tho geo? logical surveying corps of Vir? ginia, is now making bis head quarters on T. G. Morris' farm. W. B. Galloway, of Powells Volley, was in town Saturday evening on business. From Pardee. Miss Chapman, of Norton, started the Pardee school on last Monday and now has some seventy scholars. This would indicate a new school nt an ear? ly day. Miss Chapman takes a great interest in her work. Tho bear eeou somo weeks Ingo nt Pardon was captured alive at Roaring Fork on Wed Inosday. All of our uiinrodB are now searching the woods for its mate. It is understood that tho new; Chapel at Roaring Fork is to Ihn dedicated in tho hour future The building is an exact dupli? cate of the Episcopal Church at Norton and is a credit to our town. There will In' n largo .turnout when the cornerstone lit* laid; we expect Dr. Battels, of Norton, to tie with us at that time. The good people of this sec lion held a picnic at Pardee Park on Saturday and bad an enjoyable time. The leaders were: Misses Perry, and Raub, Mosdninos Qooduing, Wright, Shepherd and others helped to make it pleasant for everyone. Mr. All'autanger has arranged to give the children a free matii.ee. Let brotherly love continue. Surveyors have been doing quite a lot of work along the I Big Black Mountain recently and it is rumored that the Roaring Fork Railroad con I templates tunneling through i the mountain and build a rail? road down Poor Fork of the Cumberland to Benimm, Ky. This would mean a lot to all our residents, as our mines would (hell have another outlet to places North of tho Ohio Ri vur. The public school at Pardee Junction is now in full session and is very ably conducted by Miss Whituker. Misses W hi taker undChapman i ore comfortable quarter* d at tho Hotel Estop. Rev. J. 11. Franklin, an old time colored preacher, has been holding services at Pardeo for several days. The Rov.. ie a forceful speuker and is well liked by bis congregations. John Makein, while crossing tho Big Black Mountain from Kentucky on Friday, was as tontshed to see an animal run? ning along (bo mountain side, which tie took at first to be a ?;oat, but upon investigation ound that the legs on one side 66 99 Mrs. Jay McOce, of Steph enville,Texas, writes: "Tor nine (9) years, I sullered with womanly trouble. I had ter? rible headaches, and pains In my back, etc. It seemed as If I would die, I sullered so. At last, I decided totty Cardul, the woman's tonic, and It helped mo right away. The full treatment not only helped rue, but It cured mc." TAKE The Woman's Tonic Cfltdul helps women In tinia of greatest need, because It contains Ingredients winch act specifically, yet gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, If you feel discouraged, blue, out-of-sorts unable to do your household work, on account of your condition, stop worrying and give Cardul a trial. It has helped thousands of women,?why not you ? Try Cardul. li-Tl -Jhs. BtissAsr wore shorter than on Iho other, John, not having <>?* pistol with hinij decided to heat! the br?te olT, throwing its short legs down tho mountan, when it rolled some hundred feet and wim captured. The Sohmitzelbank Olub had a fine roast on Saturday ovoning and pronounced the meat to resem? ble venaion. Airs. Vaught and children spent eoveral days ihn past week atJBig Stone Gap with 1 ir. Muri iii's family. I>r. R, W. II..Hoy was a vis? itor to Bristol Tuesday. Mesdnmcs E. H. Mauser. H. NV. Ilolley and II. L. Fuller nt-J tended Federated Civic League meeting at Big Stone Cap Titos day. Mrs. Holloy was elected secretary. Tho ladies had a most enjoyable lime and wish? ed more of the Civic League members could have been pres? ent. I 0. S; Halo and family left itlns week forKingsport,1'ehn., whore they will make their fu? ll ore home. Mr. Male is olio of Appalachians first settlers and will he greatly missed. ! The friends of Mrs. J. S. Mc Councll are sorry to learn of her luring called to her homo, Baltimore, oh account of tho serious illness of her mother. Mrs. J. P. HendrickJ and sous have just returned from a visit to Mis. Bend rick's mother at FggleslOU Springs, Va. Mrs. Morton and daughter, of Knoxville, are visiting Mrs. Morton's mother, Mrs. Ned King. Mrs. H. A. Dobyus was shop? ping in Bristol Friday. Mrs. Lazarus Mainaus and son, Bruce, nro visiting rela? tives in London, Ky. Supt. J. N. Ilillman was in town Friday. Prof. IL L Sulfridge attend? ed tho funoral of Mr. Carried, of Coeburn, Friday afternoon. Irvine HulV loft Friday night for Middlosboro to attend the wedding of bis niece. The friends of Miss Elizabeth \Vynn are gl'td to know she won the first prize on horse? manship at the Jonesville Fair. Mr. Chandler, of the Appala chia High School, spent tho weak end at Jonesville. Mrs. Josio Hutterer, Misses Elizabeth anil Mary Sullivan and Huib Quittner spent Suu day at Rye Covo with relatives. Dr. R. W. Holley and family, Miss Left wich and Mrs. Grim at tended the play given at Big Stone Gap Friday night. Dr. IL R. Smith returned from a trip to Louisville Mon? day night. New River Man Takes NewRemedy Does Not Hesitate to Recom? mend It to All, for In His Case It Has Accom plishedGood Re? sults. Mr. Nouh Graham, a wulli known furnier of New River, Va., while in Koanoke, con? gratulated tho Tanlac repre? sentative upon the great good he woe accomplishing hi this| vicinity with tho wonderful new medicine Taulac, and he said further mi purchasing a bottle of Tan lue and a package of Tanlac tablets, "I suffered from stomach, kidney and blad? der trouble and mj joints would ache sometimes so badly I would have to rub them to bo able to get about. My stomach would swell in terrible shapes ami I could fi tid nothing to eat which would not cause me this miserable fooling until after 1 begun taking Tun lac. Now, the stomach BWellitig and kidney trouble have almost disappear? ed and I feel considerably bet? tor all over except a slight pain I have in my back. My bowels are regular now and it ;s such a remarkable remedy 1 do not hesitate in recommoud it to all, for in my case it has accom? plished more than any medicine 1 ever tried and will continue to take it. until 1 entirely regain my health." Vou ton, can very wisely give this new medicine a trial, as it is now on sale here at the Mu? tual liru^ Company.?adv, Statement of the Financial Condition OF 'I'll K Interstate Finance & Trust Co. Located .11 Iii-.: Sinuc (lap, in the County ol Wise, State of Virginia, at the close ol business,Sept. I2ltl,l9l6, made to the Slate Corporation Commission; RESOURCES Loans and Discounts . . . $100,101.49 Overdrafts, secured, (583.70; unsecured, (281.87 , 817.03 Honda, Securities, etc., owned Including premium on same. . 27,400.00 Furniture and fixtures . 1,499.00 Exchanges and chocks for next day's ctoatiuga 490 08 oilier cash items . 71.00 Duo from National tlanka 10,705.110 Due from Slate liaoks, I'ri valo Hankers, and Trust Companies . 3,000,47 Paper currency. 3,879.00 Fractional paper ourninoy, hlokols ami cents 140.85 Hold coin . 200.00 Silver coin. 1,028.65 Corllfieato of dopoalt ... lU.oatilMi Notes Guaranteed. 49,00p!o0 .Ml other Kenia of resources,viz.: Revenue Stamps . 02.50 Loss and Gain. Olli.iis Total, $303,910,81 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In. $ 50,000.00 Individual deposits, Inoiiidlujg savings deposits . OS,008.90 Time certificates of deposit 20,209.77 Certifiedchecks ... .... 1,313.07 Cashier's clucks outstanding . 10.00 Duo to National Hanks. 'J2.02 Due to Stato Banks, 1'iivate Bankers, a n d Tru>>t Companies. 148.79 Notca and bills ro-dlscounted . 9,242.00 Hills payable, Ineluding cor lincatca of deposit re? presenting money bor? rowed . 2,900.00 Reserved for accrued Interest on dc|K>sit.s. fl.Hi Reserved for aconicd interest on certificates ordeposlt 307.mi Reserved for accrued taxes. . s-.2ii.00 Contingent Liability. 49,000,00 Total, $208,840.81 I,.I. It. Wainplor Cashier, do solemn ly SWCar thai tin- above Is a true atiito incnl of the fliianclal condition of the In? terstate Flnstieo aiiJ Trust Company, lo eated at Rig Stono Gap, In tho County of Wine, State of Virginia, at the close ol business on the 12th day of September linn, to the best of iny knowledge and belief. ?1. R. Wamvlkii, Cashier. Cohubot?Attest: W. T. Gooiu.oi: i .). W. Ku.i.v l Directors .1. S. 11 AM III KN ) State ov Viuoinia, County of wise. Sworn to and subscribed before mo by .1. 11. W ampler, Cashier, this 29th day of September, lUltl. 1. 0. Tatlou, Notary Public. My commission expires January lib, 1910. J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMITH INQ Big Stone Oap, Va. Wagon and Buggy work A Specialty. I have mi Up-to-date Machine for putting on Rubber Tires. All work given prompt attention. Nov. 23. 1914 LKAVK NOIlTON-5:l? a. i - Lyuchburg und intonncdut?' ?u tiou*. Pullman sleeper lllutneld u, Philadelphia via llugorsto.u atJ Pullman deeper Itoanoke I? Rui. inond and Norfolk. Also cnnncviioui at llluefleld with trains Wc,tUiun,i Pullman alcepor to Ulnclututl M?i Columbus. LKAVK NOKTOX?2:80 p. foi ufei. North. East aud Wcat. 1 M LEA VK BRISTOL?Daily, 8:45 s ?. for Kant Kadfurd, Itoanoke, Lynch burg, Petersburg, Klobmund and Norfolk. l'ullmau Parlor I'm to Richmond. Hoanuko to llagentown Pullman Blccpor llagerstown in Ye? York. 5:00 p. in. for Norfolk and int. ,|u.? points, Pullman Bleepera to Norfolk 1:39 p. m. and 7:08 p. m. (linittol -,,],,] trains with bullmau sleepers ti \\ ub, Ingtpu, Baltimore, I'hlladclpb . aed Now York via Lyuchburg lieu not make local ntopa. 12:16 p. m. daily for all polnta ' Iveei Bristol and Lyuchburg. Corn v Walton at 0:111 p. in. with I cago Express for all points west and northwest. If yon uro thinking of taking i trn I YOU want quotations, cheapest file. ro. liable and correct information, u tu routes, train schedules, the in oat i r able and ?|iiiekoHt way. Write tlx] i|lt inrorntatiou is yours for the ask! one of our complete Map K?hlern \V. C. Baundkiis, u. P. A, W ?. IlKVUX. Pass. Traf. Mgt . _Itoalu'o V , Souliiern Railway In Elfccl T'cbrunry 15th, 1911. LEAVES BIO ?TONE OAI' I No. 9 daily 9? a. in. for Bristol iixl >? tcrniodlalc poiiita. Pullman ilccpci Louisville to Bristol. Qpuiii N. & \V. for polnta East ami Bon. it fur points 8outh and West. I No. 8 dally, except Sunday. 11:41 a in lor St. Charles and iutor mcill iti iH.lnts. I No, I dally, oxcoptSunday,3:17 p.iii for Bristol and intermediate polllU l!on. uecta with X. it \Vl for points Kant Connects at Mnccaslou Cap uitL train No. S for Bulla Cap, llngert vllleand Intermediate polnta. Per additional Information upply to I nearest Agent or \V. B. ALLKN, Division Passenger Agent, Bristol. T. mi. D. F. ORR, BIG STONE GAP, - VA. OtHoo in Polly Building. Ollie.' Hi Urs-8 t i Iv! a in.; I to !i p. in ! Dr. J. A. Gilmer Physician and Surgeon ol'KICI'.?Over Miami Drugstore Bitr Stone Gap, Vn. DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Ref ractionist. Treats diseases ol ilie Eye, Ear, V and Tlirout. Will bo In Appalachla ITItST KltlliAi ill each month until .; P. M. BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. S. S. Masters & Co. General Blacksmith Repair Work. Boiler .mil .Machine Ucpairing. Horse shoeing a specialty. Wagon and llugg) Work. Wo make a speelalty of patting on rubber tires All work given ptoiup anil careful attontlon. Big Stono Gap. Va. Dr. G. C. Honey on tt DENTIST BIG |STONE3:CAP, VA. Office in Willis Building over MaMta. I 'rug Store. Will be in Clinohport every Satnnlay C. L. Hamblen Ill-presenting The Southern Underwriters with other good Fire Insurance Cuinpa ulca. Call on him when you need iiifiuraucc. BIG STONE GAP, VA. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Troats D.Boases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. BRISTOL. TENN. Will bo in AnoaSnchia >*hird Friday In Each Month. ? i.-1 FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Englneoi'S. Big Stono Gap, Va. Harlan,Ky Hcporta and estimates on Coal ami Tim? ber Lauds, Design and Plans of Coal and Coke Plants, Laud. lUilroid and Mino Engineering, Electric Bluo Printing. How's This? We offer Ono Hundred Dollar! Reward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. We, (ho undersigned, havo known V. J. Cheney for :he last 15 years, and bellovo hun perfectly honorable In all builness transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations marin hv his firm. NATIONAL. DANK OF COMMENCE. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mu? cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Bold by all Druggists. . T*k? Halts Family Pills for coaiU;>Uos.