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of the Thousand Dollar War Savings Club of Wise County Following is ti list of members of the Thousand Dollar War Savings Club of Wise County up to October 7th. NORTON 1. First National Hank 2. National Hank of Norton 3. W. T. Snood and Family ?I. Mrs. A. B. Willits 6. Frank Kitts 0. Norton Coal Company 7. W. .1. Willits S. .1. C. Cobon it. H. S. Graham HI. Mrs. Ahuio Coben 11. 11. 1.. Gilloy 12. H. P. Oarr' 18. B. II. Cohen I t. lacy Mondore 16. Mrs. It. S. Graham li>. Entry 0. Baker 17. .1. B. Wal on IS. v. Mrs. Lillian C. Baker 1U. Mrs. Kdna Hailing 20. Mrs. ti. D. Kilgoro 21. Mis- \'nemi:' Irene Mendors 22. Miss Gladys l.ee Mentors ?Jib Harrison Lewis 24. Mrs. c. .1. Swank 26. H. A. Bichmond 20. H. I'. May 27. 'I'. M. Porter ?.'S. John Huberts and Family ?Jit. W. W. Kemp 510. Norton Insurance Agency ill. Interstate I'liaiinilCV ?2. II. c. Oilmer 88i Mrs. K. H. Oarr ,'U. C. .1. Swank 85. t>. I). Kilgoro llti. Louis Stuhlbarg 87. O. N. Biclhiiond US. Mrs. Uoy Meadors !l!t. Norton Hardware Company 40. Thomas, Andrews ,v- r,,m puny 41. Hubert Fleming 42. Norton Pharmnov ?lib .I.C. Fuller ?I I. Charles i iohnor 4?. F.. II Ould ?hi. Mi-. Mary (logo Bruce 17. Qilly Bros, Motor Company IS. N I), Prosslcy ?in. T. V. Brennen 50. H. I. Cawtlinriic ?l. Mrs. Hi 1. I'aw i homo 52. 11. C. Tyrco 58. W. II. Bruce 54. F. If. Kline 55. Mrs, F. H. Kline fill. F. H. Kline Corporal inn 57. R. K. Crcecli ?S. F. T. Dolson 50. T. II. Ilendritks tin. M. 1). N id if or and Family ill. S. A. Batclifl'e 02, John Ed Pierce 08. Norton Mattress Mfg. Co. ill. W. B. Ford tl?. Norton Grocer)* Company Oil. Sanitary Baking Company 07. J. 1'. Lewis OS. Norton Land and Improve? ment Company 01?. R. I'. Fuller ' 70. Olms. Hall. Jr. 71. K, K. Ilolcomh 72. Allen Brokerage Company 7:i. Wiley Hicks 74. Mrs. Wiley links 76. Gordon W. Bobersou IN M A S 1. Bi 11. Ilarlow ?J. A. 11. Olinger 3. F. J. Miligriin 4. II. I.. Pippin 5. I). V. Hammock 0. D. K. lHinget 7. J. M. Phillips 8. (i. V. Brown 0. George Bailey in. A. A. Lewis 11. Will Varnarsdall l'J. Martin Vesolovski 1?. Steve Ve-elovski 14. Fritz Kleitieick 15. K. I'. Duffy 10. K. K. Nelson 17. H. F. Patnil IS. John Sapko BSSKRV1LLK 1. .I.A. K-ser 'J. Goo. II. Ksser a. Percy Crockford 4. J. A. Kss,.r Coke Company 6. J. A. Ksser, Trustee 0. Ksser iv Crockford 7. J. A. Gil ton w ato'r and fami 5. Mrs. .1. A. Essor 0. Miss Esther Ksser BAST STONE GAP 1. Mrs. L. .). Wainpler ?. W* 11. Wainpler 3. W. C. Stewart 4. G. B. Taylor RKJ STONE GAP 1. c. H. Slemp 2. John Fox, jr. 8. Robert Alsover, .lr. I. Miss Evelyn Alsover 5. South A West Coal & Coke Company ?. Mrs. B. 11. Alsover 7. it. II. Also vor s. .). H. Wampler 1?. 0. S. Carter in. Waller II. Robertson 11. A.K. Morrison 12. G. N. Knight L8. Mrs. ?. Si Carter II. W. T. Alsover l?. Misses llannali A Arline Alsover 10. Misses Emily ?V Jennie Alsover 17. Board or Sinking Eumls is. A. I.. Wilt 10; Anuizu Theatre 20; K. J. I'reseott 21. Dt is Mouser W. W. Nickels 28. Mrs. M. K. Kelly I. Miss Mary Itninsoy 28, I'enn-Lco Coal Company 20. C. 0. Kelly 27. J. I?. Collier 28. Interstate Finance A- Trust Company 20. Mis. W* W. Niekcls an. Mis. E. W. .Sickels :sl. U.S. Itcpjniniuc 82. W. c. Shunk 88. Mrs. I*. II. Kennedy HI. I?. Ii. Hostie 85. J. A. Oiliner 80. E. W. Nickels 87. J. 0. Muiisey its. John II. Cation .?11?. K. I!. Casper in. ? C. 1>. Jenkins 11. II. A. W. Skeen |2. I>. 15. Pierson III. .1. A. Morris 11. Giiy Sutten 45. T. G. Morris 40. W. It: Wilson 17. Kail Stoehi 48. Mrs. Octavia Mamillen 40. lt. T. Irvine .'in. Mary Meniville Gilmcr ii I. Fillmoro I.it ton < liliner 52. Mrirgarcl Elizabeth Gilmor 58. Jeaiielte Li (toil Gilmcr :.l. .1. K. Itiillilt 55; W. It. I'eiers ;?.'.. Mrs. Reboceu M. Peters 57? Home Building Company ."is. Interstate Railroad Co. A I'I'A I. A Cl 11 A 1. The Peoples Hank ?J. H. H. Alsover. Trustee 8. II. I.. Fuller 4. Gaorgo Baisi ?. M. I). Collier (l. Floyd Harris 7. R. W. Holly 5. First National Hank V. IM Mouser in. II. I.. Sulfridge II. .I.e. Gibson 12. S. I). Urceii A Company HI. .1. C. Isaacs I I. s. W. Gibson A Company 15. J. K. Bloom 10. II. II. Head 17. G. W. Brow ii IS. Falle Bros. 10. Mrs. c. F. Bl?hton 20. S. I). Green 21. S. S. Brooks ?JJ. .1. .1. Saltier 28. Bobiuetl Brothera ?J l. E. i'. Miiiuous 2?. A. .1. Sewing 20i B. W. Hasty 27i 1). M. Sherwood 28. I>. W. Large 20. tE M." Host :ti?. ,1. M. Honey, nil 81. Willianl Kobinett .'U. Bontrigltt A Com puny 88. W. ti. Connolly I'AHMEE I. J. E. Walker ?J. W. J. Kilgore a. Arthur Heaver 4; I?. K. Klliotl ?. 1). H. Shepherd ?I. W. A. Owens 7. Elmer Morris S. Gilbert Rieda H. W. S. Dort en lo. M. A. Merrill II. A. T. White 12. J. It. Niilefor 18. Sam Neal I I. .1. .1. Elliot! l?. J. C. King 10. 0. F. Wright 17. H. J. Hall 18. I.. M. Mulling Mb R. M. Arnold 20. Dave Taylor 21. Peter Sutacli 22. Mike Halaskie 2a. George Law sou 24. Hagau [tamilton 25. H. 0. Hale 20. S. ti. dayman ?27. L. t'. Slamplotou 28, Blackwood Lumber Co. COEBURN ! 1. Miners Hunk of Commerce 2- Max Frocthnnn :f. I.oo ICilgoro ?I. S. (i. MeCarty ?. Wi P. Painter (!. Mrs. W. 1,. Painter 7. S. .1. Homo S. Miss Knthcrinc Painter '.i. Loyal Order of .Moose In. Napoleon Bond 11. W. T. Adkins 12. M. I". Dixon 1?: Mrs. M. T. Dixon II. M. M. Waller 15'. da mos P. Kord l(>. S. A. Gurrico 17. I.ouis Friedman is. Mi.- Gladys Painter 11?. .1. M. Q.uillin, .lr. ?jn- Coeburn Hardware Com? pany ? 21. Atltlington Mereantile Com? pany 22. lii-t National Bank 211. Miss Fanny T. Orirrico 21. B. V i I'eery 26, Mrs. S. <;. McCnrly 2fli .1. .1. Moore ?27. Mrs. o. ?i. Utttnscy 28i Coelmrn Groeory Company 2!'. .1. I), flay, .lr. R?. itenj. F. Ilorne iii. Miss Mttry Home !J2; .1. M. Mead.ms. Sr. :t:i. It. a. Fuller !M. (i. \V- Martin. :t... Mr-. Marion Matlock T< IMS ?itUKK I. Douglas A. Patterson 2i ,\oo Carson :t. Mrs. ,|. m. McHubcri? I. I?. A. Dnnklev , ... Prank Nurd ?!. 11. \V. St a IIa i d 7. Joliii t lalnwiiy S. Veto Nard !?. G. M. Stalltird l<>. .11In Penn I I. Francesco Lunibargcr 12. P da rt Coiciniiu Pt. < ...... W. Pose I I. \V. M. Ilnirinait If., .lames Willi lit. .1. T. Willis 17. Tony Nurd is. Dotttinee Gallie I'd. /.am Smith ?jo. I).nun. ?iiiilie, Jr. 21. p. T. Culbertson 22. Vein Vhlellti 2?. Prank p.dleucli WISP. 1. II. A. Cavendish 2. Mrs. Alpha II. .Miles Dt\ II. M. Miles I. tiladevilh- Seboo) District t'. P. Bruce f.. Olinsi T. Ivilgbre 7. \Viso County National Hank s. i 'ii izons National Pank i). P. M. Pult..n 1". P. P. Purr 11. .1. M. Peaty 12. Wise Couiiiy Pair As.socin t ion pi. Mel.oinole Pros. I t. Miss l.;nira Dean I.V W. II. Iii eel. Hi. M. p. Ilobaek 17. W . P. Hamilton is. P. T. Phi nary Ii". N. p.. Hot son 2<i. <M. Viears 21. Jonathan P. Lipps 22. .1. M. Hill 28; Win. Aiidiijigloii DOIUJIIKKT KB 1. ?i. C Scarborough 2. David Hill ;>. .lame- Mugowah l. D. Torpstrh ;.. Mi-. .1. P. Giileitwater ii. Mrs. (-. C. Keynnldi 7. Mis. ii. G. Mugownn S. Ceti. IP Jackson '.i. Mrs. Lydia Necessary 10. dailies W. Skeen I 1. Mr-. A.I.lie tiilleiiwaler 12. New Vork Mining ?V Mrjj. (loinpauy iii. Miehoelangelo Scalozo II. Mrs. A. P. Mm i in l?. Miss Faitnie l'..is 10. Wise Coal.& ('okc Company 17. Mr-. 1). Tor put ra IS. a. P. Murriii Hi. Joe Neal 2o. .1. P. Gillonwater sr. papp 1. Oatlwaltler Joiies 2. M. M. Ponj; it. II. I tarda way I. St. Paul National Pank 5. P. P. Pillion ti. P.. a. Davis 7. <'. p.. Morton S. G. p. Mohiun I.MBoDKN 1. Uuiton Hall 2. Mrs. Cynthia belcher :f. .1. U. Burchettc 4, W. A. Horton ?. P. .1. Pur. li. tte GLAMORGAN 1. R. R. Roberts 2. .1. O. Sturgill :t. Stonegap Colliery Company 4. Robort Wieks 5. 0. M. Hudson (1. Krank Burk 7. W. M. Taylor s. c. B. McDonald Ii. W. A. Mullins. in. Goo. Watts 11. I'M Walls 12. I'M Towns STONEGA i. C. B. Stallard ?_>. C. lb Bowyor II. 0. Ci. Dully I. Dnilioi M. .Moore Mrs. C. (!. Dully 0. Mrs. Rosa Nolen 7. Mrs. S. .1. Guiulry S. M. 11. Dully 1?. M. C. Goddis 10. R. B. 1 logo 11. .1.1.. Slaughter 12. .loo Mot/. blaOkwoi >l> i. ?. J. Giro veilng ?J. Win. N. Butts :t. Mrs. |?. A. Crcvoling 1. i.. ii. Ilcriidon Blaekwooil Coal & Coke Co. i>. Blaekwooil Land Company POUND i. Robcrson School District .?. Miss I'earl Pylcs Bledsoe :t. ii. Ii. Pylcs ' i ?SA K A i. E. K. T?te James Mtiggurd G. ii. SchoHcltl Ii G. K. Kilg?ro Bi Mrs. ii. Ki kilgoro II. C. ii. Slemp 7. Allied Boyd s. Miss Lottie Kilgoro RODA I. Weiit z. t lonipaiiy Stonegti Coke & Coal Co. :t. Bi M. Suits I. i 'has. E. Simpkius ? >. Virginia Wholesale Company 0. Frank Sain DOOLEY 1. c. Ti Ellis Biley 11. Adams ii. Mis.' Mat tie Adams B?NDTOWM i. Kred Young ?J. (1 rover ?'. Fleming EXETER I. S. A. Keesee I.. 1.. Pierce Corrects Mis? taken Report. i. L Pierce, of Exeter, Yn., desires lb correct the published account of the death of his son, W. l. Pierce, of France. Mr. Pierce states thai he has received two messages from the War Deportment telling of his son heilig killed in action ami that his inline was published in the casualty list in different papers; Bui he says his sou is now in the hospital at Railway, N. .1.. Mr. Pierce has just returned from Railway, where he visited his son.?Bristol Herald Con rier. ORDER OF PUBLICATION VlliolMA In Hi.- < lork's Ohle? el tho Circuit Court of tin- county of Wise Iii?- i it Hi day <>f September, IUI8. Cotiia Mi. Kelly, I Main till' \s lutorplcailci A .1 Sullivan, I lefendaih Tho object el" tin- foregoing suit is to recover the goodi ami chattel* levied upon Uy K. T. i Drier, constable, on a (Untren* warrant issue.1 by a Justice of Ilia Peace, .it Ilia suit el' A. .1. Sullivan vs. W. 11. Kclley. An.I it Appearing fiom atli.lavit .mi iil>- in aaiil olllec thai tbe dofuiidaht, A .1 Sullivan, i-, net a resident ..1 the stau- pi Virginia; it is ordered tbal lie appear here within 15 dayaaltci iliie pub llealtoii of thin order ami do what Innecca s.ir.v to protect 10? intorost in tins sun And n is furtiicr ordered that .i enpy lioreofbo published oiiee a week for foil i successive weeks in the llig StOlia Gap I'est. and that ii copy be poatcd at the fiout door of the court house of this county, as prescribed by law w. ll. 11 a MILTON, Clerk. W. V. lllldgilM, p. -I Bcptld-SB-ll s I'ATEMBNT of the owuenhlp, iiiau igcim-m, clO., of the Uig Stone tiup I'ost ? iibl.si. .1 weekly at tilg Stone Gap; Va , re<|ulred by ai l of August S-l, |uiv: i'ubti-tiiT?Wise I riuting Company, I"!! SI. Ua|i, Va. Keillor ?Hilbert N. Knight, llig Stone Gap, V;. ami. Kditor?l.lndaoy Horton, tilg Stone liap, Va lluMtic**, Manager- -Gilbert \. Knight, lllg Stone ?iap. Va. Owner*- W lac Printing Company' Gil? bert N. Knight, .1. I.. Knight, ills Stone liap, V.l. Signed: Gilbert X. Knight, Kditor, Swum lo ami subscribed Ik-Ioio nie this 88th il.iy ..f September, mis. .1. It. Waninlcr, Notary Public for Wise County, Va. (Seal.) My commission expire* Dee. 28, lOJo. FEDERAL FOOD ADMINISTRATION FOR VIRGINIA, luformntlon?News?Rulings. , "We have the problem of maintain? ing the men In thnt line and bock of thnt line. Wo muri not n)n nnjr risk. There must be no narrow margins. Wo Diust build up reserve* attains! tho lonn yenrs. We must sec that there Is plenty over there so that no matter what happens to the shipping in any month they are safe."?Herbert Hoover. The housewife Is relied on to up? only "Victory Bread," Hint In home baking <o mix at lead 20 per cent. o( the substitute cereals Into the. wheat flour. She Is expected to continue- to serve corn bread and oilier wheat sav? ing quick broads frequently. Com meal for the use ol com bread should b?- purchased separately from couiblna flon sales. "Not nil of us ran go to the front Only a few. relatively, can feel the thrill of patrlotlr pride that comes 'xotn direct service In the war ninehlne Dul < v> ry one of ii- can save food. To eo-oporatc with the Food Administra? tion la to perform th? universal Fcrvlcr In which every American, without ex? ception, can help direct)) to win the war."?Senator C'alder of New York America is not rationed. Her people have In-cn asked, however, to keep with III two pounds of sutiii per person per niontli for table snd cooking use. Kurland Is on a sii?ar ration. The Wife nf the Hilllsh Food Controller re? mark-d recently tha' fh> and her hus hand ind the housekeeper wore savins th?- Whole of their suttsr rsllon for Jam ninktng. They to without It In their Coffee and use substitutes In rooking In Ulis way sucht enough has been saved lo can a gross and a liulf of tins >f fruit. This is um- I for the Invalided ?ol ill whom they have In their noun a. Marketing the 1113 Wheat Crop. The movement of wheat to primary marl Is between ,lul> 1st and August 23. li'lS. was 105,(00,004 bushel-. nion than (out t tinea what It was .Indus the corresponding period In 1917. whet only L'8,756.000 bushels were moved Those enormous shipments have mads It dll ii'tllt for wheat growers to secure grain en is when desired, a condition r.ggi ivnlcd by the movement o( rort and oals, also grcnler than last year I ti eonsrqttcnuoj a large part or th< IftlS whoal crop remains in the haiidi of the producers, and grain dealers 1111 I ii!'!i 1? have In some cases sought in 16 lure the prict pntti for wheat bo low the farmer's reasonable expecta unit:. IVi'ii Is now beln.; cnlb-cted by tin Food Administration upon which tc bast- conclusions ?s lo what constitute! a fa .- price in the difft-ri at locnl'.tlcp. Fi rmers who lire able to get cart are protected bemuse tliey can shl| directly to the Urnlu Corporation ai the nearest primary market. W'her? cars cannot he secured the producer'! wisest course Is to store his wheat until li<- can get a fair price offen d by local operators. Tliey will not b? con 9 ... ! unpatriotic If they hold their wheat until either they are offered 11 fair price or can urine a car in which to make shipment io ihr lirnln Cor pdrat.on. " I In- Plan of Wheat and Flour Con trol." an etght-pai-e pamphlet Issued h.i t! e Untfi d States Food Admlntatra t oil. Slvc-s a ell'ar\t.HOIH;Ollt ol Its sub Jen ivyttor, and may In- Secured upon app! on to tin drain Corporation, I. Uroitt? av. New York. net.-iitei s Maiflint, Of Profit On Fresh Butler. The retail men limit dealing in fresh, s- ?.eil as cold litarnjfe. butter is now limited to a reasonable margin of profit o\ 1 r cost to him ol the particular but tei i lil Cost for Hie purposes of this rule Includes: Purchase price-, trans? portation charges, If any; actual cost of printing, if the butter Is put In prtpt forni from luhs or cubes. Out cost dti'l - not Include any allowances for shrinkage In weight, commissions or otli.i expense^ thsn thos? li-ted The Retail Section of the Dlatrlbu tlon of Perishables of the t'nlted States Food Administration has In? vestigated the cost of handling butler st retail, and determined that any ad? vance in e\c?ss of Lc. prellt at "Cash and Carry" stores, and 4c. at "Credit r.n l belly-cry" store? will be considered tvldi ntje of violation of the regulations of the Food Administration. In estimating coal of cold storage butter, Insurance and storage charges actually incurred, and inlet est nu ?none) actually In-, estci! at the cutreni rate while the butler Is In storage may be included The Raking Division of the United States Food Admi li-trallun has c'atab Itshed the ninilmum retail price of bread at 10 cents lor one pound leaf, lh cents (or one and our half pounds loaf. These are maximum prices (or either "C?sh and Carry" or "Credit and De? livery," and should be strictly en lorred. They are based upon tnver.tl gallon made by the Waking Division of innr.iifaaC.illog cost uud wholesale and retail prices of bread. The Investigation furUier shows I cent* and 12 cent* wikiiosale price In many sections Wherever these whole, sale prices prevail, thuy warrant rotall prices of 9 reut* for one pound loaf and 14 cenis (or one arid one-halt I pound* loaf, "Cash and Carry.' GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER has lieen a household remedy all over I hi civilized world for morb than half a ci n tury for constipation, Intestinal troubles torpid liver and the generally deprcssei reeling thai accompanies such disorders It is a most valuable remedy for imbues lion or nervous ilyapepliAand liver Iron hie. bringing on headache-, coining up o food, palpitation of heart, and many olhe symptoms. A lew doses of Angus' Flow or will relievo you. It is a geutlu liuca tlvo. Bold by Kelly <lriig Company. UMBS ASLEEP And Was Run-Down, Weak and Nervous, Says Florida Lady. Five Bottles of Cnrdui Made Her Well. Kathleen, Fin.?Mrs. Dallna Trlr.?, of thlo plnce. saya: "After tho birth of my lust chllil...I got terj ] run-down and weakened, so much that I coiilil hardly do anything at nil. I wn3 so awfully nervous, that I could scarcely en lure the Iea3t noise. My condition was gcttlns worse nil tho time... I know I must hnvo some rolhf or I would noon bo in the bed und In a serious condition for I felt so badly and was so nervous and weak I could hardly live. My husband asked Dr. -nbout. my taking CarduL He Bald, 'ICH a good medicine, and r.-,:i for that trouble', ro ho got mo 6 bot? tle;!... After about tho second bottle 1 felt creatty Ira; roved.. .before taklnr; it my limbs und hands and anna would go to sleep. After taking It, however, thin poor circulation illfrip. peared. My strength ramo back to mo and I ?n3 soon on tho road to health. After tho use of about 5 lot tics, I could do nit my house-work and attend lo my nix children be? sides." Yoa can feel s.ifo in giving Cardul a thorough trial for your troubles, u contains no harmful or hnblt-formlng; drugs bnl Is composed of mild, vege? table, medlcln.il Ingredients with no bad nttoiMjffccls. Thousands of v-otr.en have voluntarily written, telling ot the good Cardul has dona them, it should help you. too. Try IL Ii "t DR. THOMAS F. ST ALE Y Refractionist. Deals diseases of the live, liar, Nose and Throat. \\ ill he in Appalachia ITIIST l ltl I? a in each month until 8 I*. M. BRISTOL, TENN.A'A. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, TroatS LJl??in?os of tho Eye, Ear, Nose aud Throat, BRISTOL, TENN. vVlli bo In Anoalnchia i hira Friday In Eabh Month. FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers Bis; Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ky Itcportt and est incites on Coil and Tim? ber I.ami-. Design ami Plans of Coal Sad Coko Hauls, I.ami. Itallroad ami Min? ?Engineering. Klcetrie lllue Printing. Dr. J. A. Uiliiier Physician ami Surgeon OKFlOK -O.vur Miilnil DrugiSt.ir.' B'm Stone Gap, V-t. Dr. (i. 0. Honoycutt Dentist BIG ISTONE CAP, VA. ?me<j in Willis hulldlnff over Miifuv J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMITH I NO Uljj Stono Clap, Va. \Va i> and Uwggy work A Spiii laity I have au I p-to-<tiite Machine foi putting on Itubbcr 'I'irca. All work given prompt attention; ?animnui Schedule In Effect May lnth, 11)1(1 LKAVK. N'?ltTON, V A. ?il? a, in. mi l '.Mln p. in. for llliiclluld and in iciuieiliate stations. t'oiuioitloii at llliielleld with Trains ICast ami West ? Pullman Sleepers ami Dining t ars LEA VK illtisftyh.VAi Daily. 11,/ill a in i..i Kast Itadford, Itoaiioku, Lynch hing, Petersburg, Itlchmohd, Nor folk ami llagerstown. I'arlm ' ar (llruiler to itoanoko and llagers? town Pullman Sleeper llagorstown to Philadelphia. 12.(11 p. in. daily for all points between UriMol and l.ynehburg, Connects Walton at ISi'iO p. III. With the Chi cago Kxpress for all point.s west ?Uli northwest. >:l*i p. in. I'm Norfolk ami lutomicdlaU point.-,, Pullman Sleepers to Norfolk 1:0.1 p. in. and 8:SU p. in (limited, ><?ti-l traiiu with puilinan slccpeis to w iah lugl. Ilaillmorc, Philadelphia and New York via l.yuuhburg, Does no" make local stops. \v.O, Saunokiis, i;. P. A. W. II. llKVII.1.. Pass. Traf. Mgl., _lt.. nicke V i J,EJoRSMAN,FloiisZ DOOLEY, VA. Tolophono 1030 Norton, Va. I nollicr reminder not Iii finget us when a need of l-'lowcrs for any occasion, Hoses, Violets. Sweei Peas, < Irchlda, i 'ar nations, Chrysanthemums ami t'Otted Plants, Corsage work and Floral Designs i Specialty, out of town onion filled lumpily by Parcel Post, Special Delir r>. I-M'"-. Telegraph_ S. S. Musters & Co. General Blacicsmith Repair Work. Holier and Machine Repairing. Horse? shoeing a specially. Wagon and luiggy Work. >Vo make a specialty of pulling on rubber tlrca All work given prompt aid careful attentioni BIk Stono Gap, Va.