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\f place oif cigarettes. The charm and sunshine of the South is in golden Virginia tobacco. And Virginia to? bacco is "all the go"?it has that "dash" and "sparkle" to its taste that makes a cigarette a cigarette. NOTE: :k? million pound*! Thal'i how much Virginia lobacco waa made into cifparcltca Ian ycai over i limn 31 much ii anyothti lobacco. J*JPitJTnt ii iSt H[gilt-nlh'*S Virginia tifanltt i* ihi *x?rtJ, 5c and 10 C a package Thomas Wins in Motorcycle Race Gregory Thomas, the cham? pion motorcyclist of the South? west, won in the live mile race hohl at the fair grounds at Wise Friday afternoon. Three others followed him, the Mine Hold representative' giving him a close chase. "Which one is Thomas:-'" was the constant question during the first minute or so. "Thut one wearing the green sweater?he's Thomas?h o ' ii third now, but he'll he first di? rectly," unsworc'il a Thomas en? thusiast. Tho "green demon" remain? ed third for about three rounds, but as they wont down tho sec? ond mile Thomas was shooting through the trees on the bank side of the grounds liko a bird through the forest, i'aet tho second man he spod, then past tho leader. There were choera for tho "groon demon," who bold tho lead till theond.?Nor? ton Keporter. TRY IT! SUBSTITUTE FOR NASTY CALOMEL Starts Your Liver Without Making Yen Sick and can not Salivate P.vory druggist in town?your druggist anil uyoi) bod}'s drug, gist has noticed a great fulliug oiT in the sale of calomel. They all give tin-Kam reason. Hud? son's Liver Tone is taking its place. "Calomel is dangerous and people know ii, while Dodaoii's Liver Tone is perfectly safe and gives hotter results," said a prominent local druggist, pod son's Liver Tone is personally guaranteed by eyory druggist who sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents, and if it fails to give easy relief in every case of liver sluggishness and constipa? tion, you havo only loji.sk for your money buck. Hudson's Liver Touo is a plnaeant'tasting, purely vege table remedy, harmless to l>otli child re 11 ami adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up feeling line; no biliousness, sick headache, acid stomach or con? st 1 pa toil bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience all tho next day like violent calomel. Take a dose of calo? mel today and tomorrow you will feel weak, sick and nau? seated. Don't Iis.- a day's work Take Dodsotl'l Diver Tone instead and feel tine, full of vigor and ambition.?adv. Wadc-Sarvcr Miss Mossie I,on Sarver, of Deep Springs, Va., and Mr. Lindsoy Howard Wade, also of that place, were quietly mar? ried at the home of tho bride. Tuesday evening, Hev. J. B. Craft, officiating. The bride is the only daugh? ter of A. .1. Sarver, formerly of Pounington (Jap, while the groom js the son of Mr. and Mrs. !.. M. Wade, noar Big Stone (Jap. They left immediately after the, coromony for n brief hooey* moon trip tu Cincinnati and oilier points, Rural Carrier Examination The United Slates Civil Ser? vice Commission has announc? ed an examination for the county of Wise, Virginia, to be held at Norton and Hig Stone (Jap, on pet. '-!/, 1017, to liil the I position of rural carrier at Wise and vacancies that may later .occur on rural routes from olh er p?Btoffloes in tho above men tionod county. The examina? tion will be open to male citi? zens who are actually domiciled to tho territory of a postofheo in the county and who moot other requirements set forth in Form No. 1077. This form and application blanks may bo ob tained from tho ofrlcea mention? ed or from the United States Civil Sorvico Commission at Washington, D. C. Applica? tions should be forwarded to the Commission ut Washington at he earliest practicable date. The fellow who will ropudialo i hia obligation to Iiis country in this supreme criaiB of its hia tory will repudiate any other obligation, it matters not how BUcred. If ho will evade his duty to his government, he will evade any other duty. If lie permits "conscientious scru? ples" to stand between him and a performance of his duty, his conscience will work likewise on any oilier occasion as wel'. Ho will bear watching The Dutch scientist who built u room with vacuum walls to give him quiet, went to tat necessary trouble und expense. .Most any business bouse that doesn't advertise could meet his need. Uncle Sam did a wise and tur.dy act bist week, when he r?ded the lieutenants of Kai soi Kill, who are tiara.lint; mi der the ta. imtltCH such as "Socialists/' "I. W. \V.," "I'Vi.tids of Peace," and '1 Friends of Irish Freedom," etc , all of which tire being paid by Uetmtiny to make trouble in this country. When Ucrinany really wants peace it will make a noise like democracy. PUBLIC SALE OF VALU? ABLE FARM AND FRUIT LAND 'rim undersigned, .in... W. Chalkloy, Truatec lu a deed of trust from Midi in II. (Jarrtaon slid Sarah K. Harrison, his write, for the benefit of the First National liana of Appalaohla, dated Uccembor 10, mil, siid recorded in the Ulork'a Ofllco of Wise County in Deed Hook ISO at page 6441 pursuant lo theimprest ami ill, rcctlon of The Klrst National Hank of Appalaohla, default having been made in payment of Bums of money with intimst, ihereiu secured, will on Saturday, October 27, 1917, between IO.iki a. M , .mil 13:00 Noon in front of tin! Pii-tnllii ii tu tili- town of III? St.uu- (Jan, tell two (2) adjoining tracts of Und lying in Wise couniiy, Vir? ginia, <ni tin! .smith aide of tvallln'i Ridge, conveyed to him :,? such Trustee by said itri'il of trust. Ouo thereof described as containing fifty (."iiii aorea, inure or less, anil the nih. crlucreol described sa containing thirty ieveh ami seventeen uiie-huudrcdlha 1.17.17) aiT?s. mort' or leas; And reference is madv to the said deed of trust for full and complete description of tin. sahl two ti n ts of laud . These twb Iracta constitute iho farm ..ii WallinV llhlge formerly owned bj Mrs Mary J. Jamct,and thereafter owned by Jerome I.. Wells. Sali- will In; inade at public outcry t? tin! uigheel and heal bidder up.m tin- fol towing ternta, namely i Tl'.ltMS Three hundred and littv ((860.00) dollars cash in baud; twelve hniulred(^1900.001 dollar? with inleieat from date of aale, payable Deoembor ST, 1017; rorualuder with interest from dam of aalo. payable Uctober 87, 1018, Ne? gotiable promissory notes with' auflioicnl surety, bearing Interest, will be required from the purchaaor, and title will be n laliii'.l to tin' property to secure due pay? ment Inforinatlon about tin' property ran be obtained from said Melvlu II. Garrison or upon Imiuiry at my nfllcc in liig Stone tiap, vr upon inquiry from tl IV [ilanton, President. The First National Hank of Appalaohla, J.NO. W. OllAI.KI.KV, September 20, 11117. Truatce. Sept 'JS-tlll-III. COULD HARDLY STAND ALONL Terrible Suffering From Hearlaclie, Sideacbe, Backache, and Weak? ness, Relieved by C&rdui, Sayo This Texas Lady. Oontales, To*.? Mrs. Mtonlo rb.ll pot, of this place, wrttea: ">'lve years ago 1 was taken with n pnln la my left oldo. It was rltht under my left rib. It -would commence with an aching and ojtend up Into my left shoulder and on down Into my back. By that time the palu would he eo severe I would havo to take to hod, and suffered usually about three dayB ...I Buffered this way for three yours, and sot to bo & mere okcleton nnd was so weak I could hardly ntand nlont Was not able to go anywhorc nnd had to let my house work go... I suffered awful with a pain In my back and I had the hcadacho all tho time. I just was unublo to do a thing. My Ufa was a misery, my stomach got la an awful condition, caused from taking eo much mcdlclus. 1 suffored bo much pain. I had Just about given up all hopes of our getting anything to help me. One day a Ilirthday Almanac was thrown In my yard. After reading its testimonials 1 decided to try Car dul, and am so thankful that I did, for I bc-Enn to Improve whoa on the second bottle...I nm cow a well woman and feeling fine and the curs has been permanent for It has beca two years since my awful bad health. 1 will always praise and recommend Cardul" Try Cardul today. B 78 Sonthern Railway System Condensed Time Card EASTERN TIME No. I, Daily: Lv. Mountain City 7:00a in.; Ellwbothlou 8:86 u. m,.' \t llrlstol 9:80 a. in.: l.v. Bristol' lu'oti '< a in ; Gate City 11:15 a. m.; Ar \] bcrt Yanl 11 :80 a. m.: ConnccUj?Ith N?. a al Albert Yanl tor Annalachls No. 2, Dally l.v. St. Cbarlca 7:45 a ? Appalaohla 8:50 a. m.; Cat., cii? lu:il a. in.; Moccasin Can 10:43 ? in.; .\r. Bristol 12:0.1 Noon i on. neetaat Moccasin Hap with No | from Hulls Cap. Nu. :i. Daily: l.v. Hulls Cap 8:15 a. m ? Moccasin Gap 10:15: Gate City IU.U a. in.; Big Stone- Gap 13:IS p, ,? . Ar. Appalarhla 1:00 |>. m. No. I. Dally: l.v. Appalachla I 80 n in Iii? Stone Cap 1:85 ,,. ?,.. Xlhtii lard 8KM) p. in.; Gala OHy :: to p, Iii.; Ar. Hulls Cap .,:<m p. in. Con! iicctaat Albert Yanl with No. il roi liiistol and Mountain City. No. 5, Daily: Lv, Bristol 1:4(1 p. in,. Gale City 0:10 p. ill; i Big Stone Can 7:.VJp. in.; Appalachia s.u.-, p. ,? Ar. st. I ilirfrlca 11:25 p. in. No. 0, Dally: l.v. Allteil Yanl 3.10 p m.; Onto City 8:20 p: m.; Ar Urlstoi 1:10 p. in.; l.v. liiistol .'..]?i p ?, . Kllaabetliton 0KKI p. in | Ar. Moun? tain City 7:10 p. in. 9, Dally, except Sunday: l.v. Itniu Cap 11:10 a. in.; Ar Uogorsville 13:05 p in. 10, Daily, except Sunday: l.v i,',r. eravlllc ; :80 a, in.; Ar. Hull- lUu 8 80 a. in. 11, Dally,oxcepl Sunday: l.v. Hulls Cap 5:16 p. in. ; Ai*. Ihigeravtlla 0 Ou 1. in. . 18, Dally, except Sumlay; l.v. Hog. oravlllo 8:10 p. in.; Ar. Hull-, I Ian 4110 p. in. \V. Ki ALLEN, I). 1'. A . Bristol, Va .nn Schedule in Erect Nov. 89, 1911, ILEAVE NOIIT.HN. YA it 15a in and ami 2:80 p.m. for Dhicticld ami In? termediate stations; Parlor Cat-on 3:80 p. in. train. Connection at Blue Held with Trains Ka?t and West? I'litimaii Sleepers, Dining Can, [iE AVE lilt is Tin.. VA. Dally, 6:45 a m for Eaat Had Ford; |toan?ke, Lynch burg, Petersburg; Kicliuip?d awl Norfolk. Pullman Parlor Car in Itlehtnond; Itoanoko to llageratowh, Pullman sleeper Ilagoratown to New York. 5:00 p. in. for Norfolk ami intermedia!? points. Pullman Slecpeis to Norfolk 1:82 p. in. ami 7:55 p. in, (llhdlod.) Solid trains with pulluiatVsleapera to Waal*. Ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia anil New York via Lynchburg. Docshol make loeal atops. 12:1>"i p. in. daily for all points betweec Ilrlatol and Lynohburg, Counvotstt Walton at 5;40 p, in. with the Chi cagu Kxprcss for all points west ami northwest. w. 0. SAUNUKIta, G. I'. A. W II. IlKVII.I,, I 'ass. Traf, Mgi,? ItoanokeiVa, Dr. <?. 0. llonoyciitt DENTIST Bit; STONE GAP. VA. UfHce.lu Willis llulldlng over ttutua. I iruj,' Store. FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers. 131k Stono Cap. Va. Harlan,Ky Kepbrta and estimates on Coal and Tim her Lands, Design and Plana of Coal and Coke Plants, Land. Itallroad and .Mine Buglueeriug, Electric Blue Printing. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Treats Uluonnnu of thu Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, BUISTOL. TENN, vVlil bo In Anpalnchia fluid Friday In Each Month. in.rii.os i_ UNIVERSITY OF VIIK'.INIA Mead ol Public School System ol Virginia Ilia-AltTMI'A'l'S 1(1.1'It ISKVI KU Collosja, Oraduato. Law, Modlcina, Engineering LOAN 1TNDS AVAII.AIII.K to deserving students. Jlu.On covers al' costs to Virginia students in the Academic I Icimm uncnts. MILITARY TEA INI NO. Send tor catalogue, Howard Winston, Registrar, I adversity. Va S. S. Masters & Co. General Blacksmith Repair Work. Holler and Machine Repairing. Horse sbooiug a specialty. Wagon and Hugo' Work. Wo niako a apcutalty of putties; on rubber tires All work;given promp and careful attention. Big Stono Gap. Va. Dr. .1. A. ?iliiier Physician and Surgeon OFKICE Over Mutual Oriifi Btoi* Big Stone Gap, Va. DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Refractionist. Treats diseases of the Eye, liar, Noit and Throal. Will bo in Appalaohla 1'IKST KKIDAl in each mo nth until a P. M. BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMITH ING Big Stono Gap, Va. Wagon and Huggy work A Specialty. I have an Up-to-dalo Machine for putting ou Itubhor 'fires. All work given prouipl attenUan.