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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16, 1910 l*nl>!i?h(>d Kvery WeilinvulRy liy the WISE PRINTING COMPANY, lntorjH.rHlf.il. CIL.I1ERT N.vKNiailT, - Editor. LINDSEY J. HORTON. Ass t Editor Uhu Yoar. - St.OO SIX Monti.-.. - .PO Thron Montho, - .?5 ICtitc-rtxl ftcconllnn to post.il rognlntloim ?< Um postoftlco ut Hin BtOUO liAJlMHPC nntlcliuu) sutler. SUIISCRIUl:RS uro earnestly ro quested to observe tlio date printed on thoir nddresR Blips, whioh will koop them nt nil times posted ns to the date of Ute oxpirntion of their sub? scription. Prompt and timely attention to this request will save all parties a great deal of anitovance. Joint Birthday Party. Little Misses '. iroline lind Dorothy (loodloo, the nttrnc live little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Qoodloo, enter? tained a lar^e uumbt r of, their little friends last Saturday af ternoon in honor of tlieir birth? days, which come on the same duy. humorous Kinnes were played during the afternoon, in which tiny were assisted by Misses Mary Lee Maiden and Margaret Mulhcws, In the "Who Nose Me" contest Miss Anita Oood loe guessed correctly the most noses and won the prize, a rjcrinl stick und a handkerchief, while Josephine McUorklo won the prize u box of hatitlkerchiefs in the "Feeding the Hear'' oon test Delicious brick pink and whit., iee cream, cake and Cindy were served to theyoung gllCSlS III the close ?f the lifter noon. Miss Caroline's friends pres? ent were: Misses Margaret Wolfe, Henrietta Skeen. Lucile und Irene Draper, Julia Mc Oorklo, R?th Smith, Polly Kol ly, Anita Oootiloo, Evelyn AI s.ii.t, Lucy Morrison, Juriniiun Willis, Kate Lewis Pettit, Knili,irine KaiTon, Margaret ami Elizabeth Henkle. Hazel Kuller and Gilberts Knighl Dorothy's little friends present w i i.: l<achelUodgos,JaiiePcck, Margate! Kelly, Sarah Painter, Elizabolh Morton,D?rothj Pros c dt, Janet Qi Inter, Agues Bur uess, Mary H'iy, Joililee Knight, Josophine McUorklo and .Master James Polk Tay? lor. Surprise Party. A number of girls and hoys gtiyu Wilimii Beverly a very uujoyable surprise parly at his homo Friday night, After playing numerous names the delicious refresh i.iis, which the guests had brought with them, which in? cluded sandwiches, olive", pickles,rcakes and fruit, were served. Those invited were: Misses Helen McCormick, Juliet Knight,Margaret Barren, Eliza bolh Sprinkle, Fannie Ray, Nell Marrs, Frances Long, Adelaide Pettit, Eleanor Maker, Edith Biillitrd, L?rruine Taylor; Bruce Skeen, Dorothy Owen? and Janet Bailey. 'hie boys were: William Qoodlob, Marlin Garnes, Oarl Vouoll, Dan Pibr* son, Williurn Floeuor, Jdnis Taylor, Rufus Pettit, Gwyn (Vinco, Homer Oliahdler and De Witt Wolfe. Repair Shop Caught Fire. On Monday morning the automobile repair shop across tiie dummy bruise, operated by K. Ilolcomb, caught lire and before the flames Could he ex. tiugiiished a large hole in one side ol the building and one sin.- of the roof wus burned, j and the upholstering on an automobile, belonging t.. Y.mc\ and Kiiboucu, of Imbodeu, w.o. budlj d un Ige?! Tue Otllel uutomobncti uml supplied in the building were removed beton tilts) were duinaged. The cause of the lire is unknown, ua there was no one in the building at the tune it startet, Mr. Hoi. Comb having left the place 01)1) a few minutes before to come over to town, The building belonged to Earl Felts, of Keo ken, mil #m not insured, we uti t erstand. It ine tiro plug nearest to the Ore bad been in working order the dre could have been put out with practically no damage; out it would not work and the apparatus hud to be brought buck to the plug at Bcstic's store, which delayed tho con unction about twenty miuutes. It occurB to us that tho town oflicialB Bhould ubo a littlo more diligonco in having the tiro apparatus und the plugti in good working order bo there will be no delay in turning the water on in cuhoh of fire. Radford Nor? mal Notes. l'rof. Q. (). Davis', of Milligau Colloge, TonnosBoe, on Tuesday delivered an address before the Normal School Students on "The Life of Christ". L'rof. Davis has had unsual educa? tional opporl unities, having spen! about six years doing graduate work and special form of work in the University of Virginia, Harvard Universi? ty, ami the University of Cali? fornia. Prof. \Y. IS. Gilbert, ol the Department of History; recent? ly spent four days in Russell and DiokenspU ('.unities sp >ak ing under the auspices of the Appalachian School Improve? ment Koundati >n, of which he is Secretary. A large number of lectures is being given this fall under the direction of the Appalachian School Improve, incut foundation with bead quarters at the Normal School. Miss BluuchuBulifunt, Super vis.ir id the Training School, part ici pat ed in t he Mont gun iry County Teachers' Institution last Saturday, She dealt par? ticularly with the problems and methods of teaching English and heading in the grades. Prof Avont disouBsed with the High School teachers of the county many problems connect ed with High School work and High School administration. The Mihle Study Pullet in on the Now Testament, for use in Voluntary Bible Study work with credit in t hoNoriualSchool, will he ready for distribution in a few days. This work in nugurdted in this Institution in I'.Hil, enlisted a large number of students ami proved eminently satisfactorily. All the courses last session were confined to the Old Testament. During the present session, courses are of? fered in both the Old and New Testament. A bulletin showing the plan of Volunteer Bible Study with credit toward graduation or diploma will Im sent to any one on request. Inexpensive Sterilizer. The Dairy and Food Depart? ment has had constructed, and has on uhxibition in the office of the Commissioner, in the Slate Library Building, Rich? mond, Va., a simple and inex? pensive sterilizer for Diu? in con? nection with the Slate require? ment for the sterilization of vessels, utensils, etc , used at soda (ounlaius, hotels, restaur? ants unit other places in dis? pensing beverages ami foods. Cuts, specifications and work ing directions may be had frue of cost on application to the Dairy and Food Commissioner, Richmond, Va. other methods than the use of a steam slen lizor mil) be employ ed and the state requirements be complied with, but tho Slate Food De? partment recommends steam as the most efticient and practic? able means of sterilization, und they have provided a working model tor an apparatus that can he -duplicated by any tinner at a moderate cost. He Removed the Danger Signal Frank W. Sherman. I-ironln, N. V.. writes: "lifUtTcrr-O with kidney trouble, hsd a tired feeling In mv back, did not have nur ambition and rdt all tired out. 1 used loley Kldr.ey I'Uli* and In a few days began to feef butter, an.l now 1 have entirely rci-ov.-red and have bail no return of my PAlr.ruI symptom*." One cannot http becoming uervouir nml feeling tired and worn out when the kldneyn fall to niter nnd throw out of the system the eol*ono\i- wa.tc mat? ter that cause* kidney trouble* and bladder ailments. Ilackaehe Is one of Natur?'* dancer signals (hat tho kidneys aro clogged up and Inactive. II In often followed by rncumstlam. annoying bladder or urinary dlnordern. putty nwellmrs un? der ths eyes, ?wollen ankle* and pain? ful Joints. Potey Kidney 1*111? get right nl (k? source of trouble. They Invigorate tho kldners to healthy action and when the kidneys properly perform their func? tions the poisonous wants matter Is ? ltmtoated from the system. Mutual Drug Company Big Stono Gap, Va. How the Rural Credit Law Helps Tenants. It has boen frequently Haid Unit tho now rural credit? law dncH nothing to hol|> the renter become a home-owner, but a little reflection will show that it does u great deal. If a ren? ter has one-half the money ho needs to buy any pieco of bind, any National farm loan asso? ciation will lead him tho other half at a low rate of interest and give him from live to forty years' time to pay U bnck. This will certainly be ? help to those renters who have here* tofore been offored land only on condition that they pay the whole amount in three, live or ten years. Renters who wish to become landowners will do well to keep Ibis opportunity in mind, as it will be in rent opeoration in a few months now ?The Pro gressivc Farmer. BANKRUPT'S PETITION I OR DISCHARGE; In ?lie District Court bf tho United Stales for tbo Weitem District ?f Vir? ginia. In the'matter of W. I\ Beverly Bankrupt. No. ISO in Bankrupt-)-. To tho Honorable Henry (v McDowell. Judge of tho District ('unit of the United Stales for the Western Dlttrlet of Virginia . W. I*. Heverly, of Norton, ill the ('??limy of Wise ami State Of Virginia, In said District, respect folly represents that bit the a I it day of Stptomlier 10111, last past he was duly adjudp-d llaiikrupt under the Acts of Congress relating jo llankritptcy ; that ho has duly lurrendercil all his properly and rights of property,' and has lull* complied with all the re qillruuioilta of said Arts ami of the orders ot the Court touohlug Iiis llankntptoy, Wherefore lie prays that lie iuay be decreed by tho Court to have a full'dis? charge trout all debts provable against Ills estate under said llaiikrupt Acts except Mich drills as are e\crpted by law from such dltebargo. Dated Ibis Mud day of October A. D. nun. \Y. I', Beverly, llaiikrupt ORDER OP NOTICE MIEREON. Western District of Virginia, fs: tin this Ith day of November A. D It'll'., on reading ihr foregoing petition it is Ordered by the Court that a hearing be bud upon tin- same on the l'.ltb day of December, A D., lull): before said Court at llig Stone Cap in said District, at 10 o'clock In tin- forenoon; and that notice thereof bo published in the Itig Stone tiap Post, a newspaper printed in said I list riot. ami that all known ereditoi a and other prisons in Interest may appear at said time and place ami show cause, if any they have, why the prayor ot said petitioner should not lie granted. Ami it is furtlierordered by the Court. that the Clerk shall send by .II to all know n creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to Ihcm at tht ir plat rs of residoiice as stated. Korbgolhg sre true copies of tho Peti? tion of llanfcnipt lor Discharge and of the Uhler of Notice theroon. Witness luv hand and I he seal of the Court this Tib day of N.oeinber, llUtl Stanley W. Marlin; Clerk Per ( c. Coohran, I). 0 [Seal of the Conn I Still! Anoth I er Recom? mends It. In Norfolk Thousands Have Had Cause to Try Tanlac and "NationalTonic" Continues to Win Praise. ?'1 wouldn't be without a bot tie of Tanlac in the house, for it in the only medicine w hich has ever given me relief and l have surely been grateful to Mrs. W, C. Kultur who recom? mended it to me." saitl Mrs. Constance Richter, Hunters ville, Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Rut tor's statement will bo publish ed in next weeks paper, lie sure ami read what she says. '?I suffer od from a heavy, dragging feeling, was tlispnnd eat, and had frequent bead aches, and Tanlac was tho on It medicine that has ever giv? en me any relief. 1 recommend it". Signed .Mrs. Constance Richter .Mrs. Kictiter's statement above tells as do all the others and the many yet to be publish ed that anyone may very wise? ly place their faith in tho great preparation. If you are not familiar ?villi what Tanlac has accomplished nsk your neigh? bor, for surelv he or she has read and heard of the remark 1abl.? medicine so highly endors? ed by thousands. 'Tanlac may bo secured here [at tho Mutual Drug Company, '?adv. I Down Goes Prices on Ladies' Suits, E Cloaks and Millinery jj -BEGINNING -= ^ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16th I iki] wc will offer all' our Ladies' Suits, Cloaks and Millinery at and below cost. We have a splendid assortment from p which to make a selection. If you have not yet bought, rd there is a chance to buy at a great saving to you. Come ij early while the assortment is complete. tsi Ik ral ipluCi IMs Mrs M .1 Hpl.oy and daugh? ter. Miss Bertie, are visiting friends in Bristol. Mrs. Stover spent the past week with' .lier son at Black wood. Missis Miriam Clirrie ami Annie Del p spun I the work end at East Stone i lap. Miss Willie I'nvne, of S'on egtt,spent Saturday and Sun day here with her sister, Mrs Chester McKenzie. Mrs. Ainbros Smith ami little son have left for Asheville, N. C, where Mr. Smith has n posil ion. Miss Georgia Hale, who has been spending some lime with hor sister, Mrs. Bowman, left for her home in Kihgfport, PenII., Friday afternoon. Miss Ruby Kemper, of Big Stone (lap, visited her sister. Mrs. 1-'.. It. Mouser, lust week. Mrs. William Boatright and little daughter spent Monday bore with Mrs. Boatrighi's mother, Mrs. lioggs. Miss Ilorndon, of Wise, was the guest of her sister here Sunday. The recital given at the High School Auditorium by the Pltll dthea Glass of the Baptist Uhurcll', Thursday evening, was very much enjoyed About twenty-live dollars was realiz? ed. Mrs K. 0 Muinotls lias been quite sick the past few days, East Stone Gap Profs Hull and Givona wore among the ''democratic par raders" last Friday night. Misses Hurd and Help, school teachers at this place, were shopping in Hig Stone Gap last week. Kerby Lytlc was a husitHss visitor in Big Stone (lap last Friday afternoon. Wilbourn Fieenor arid Bister, of Hig Stone Gup, were busi? ness visitors it) town Saturday afternoon. \V. B. GnllowJty nnd wife went to Stonega Sunday where they attended the funeral ser? vices of their deceased uncle, Mr. James Galloway, \V. W. Mniton and son were business visitors in Big Slone Gap and|Appaiacbin last week. Miss Kulh Leo, who is teach? ing at Kellyview, spent Satur? day and Sunday with home folks. tt.ill Stones, Cancers soil I'lcers llio Stomsuh nnd Intestines, Auto-lutbxlca lion, Yellow .l.nimlico, Apixjiulicllis ami other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufl'er rrs owe their complete recovery to Mayr'r* Wonderful Itemeay, t'nliku any other lor Stomach Ailments. For sale by drug? gists everywhere. Ohl newspapers for sain ttt this office. "The Pathway to Plenty" -ts*n hoy? SHORTHAND Day and Night Classes-Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ONLY $1.50 WEEKLY PAYMENTS November Classes Now Forming. -=== SMITH BROTHERS' - Shorthand School and Business College P.O. Box 145. BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA I. KIKK SMITH, Principal. UKll T P. SMITH, Business Manager. Interstate Commerce Commission DIVISION <>i VALUATION OFFICE OF BOUTIIKUX DISTRICT MUNICII'AI. IIUII.UIMl Chattanooga, Tonnossoo ROYAL LAUNDRY. Oct. 25. 1916. Big Stone dap. Va. Dear Sir:?We are now too far away to do business with you, but will remember you in the future. Your work has been entirely satisfactory. Find enclosed check for $18.29. Payment in full to date. Very truly yours, Bristol, Va. Foster C. Brown. GROCERIES THAT GIVE j S oit^i^^f ?.o-tJL on Said a customer to us the other day: "It is a positive I pleasure to spend money at your store, youare so satisfying. ! I always get just what I want from you." "JUST WHAT YOU WANT." It has post us much study and effort to earn that com? pliment, and wo are proud of it. Will you proliit by this customer's experience? Our constant cllort is to please you. M. C. B?STIC, Phone No. 2 IF YOU ARE BUYING YOUR HARDWARE SOME WHERE ELSE BE FAIR TO YOURSELF AND "SPLIT" YOUR BUSINESS WITH US A WHILE. THEN BUY ALL OF YOUR STUFF AT THE STORE YOU LIKE BEST. THAT'S FAIR?AND YOU OWE IT TO YOURSEi.F. YOU CAN QUIT DOING BUSINESS WITH US IF YOU DON'T FIND OUT, AS OUR REGULAR CUSTOMERS HAVE DONE THAT OUR HARDWARE'S THE BEST AND STANDS THE TEST. Hamblen Brothers BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA