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Subscribers To Big Stone Gap Quota of the Fourth Liberty Loan it I). Alsorcr Claud? 1. JJKellv Mra R. B, AIsotoi l.N\ Kelly, Jr Evelyn Aisovcr I. X. Kelly, Mr llohert Alsover H. K. Kennedy Morgan Anderson Ollle M, Kelly J. D. Anderson 0,1'. Kelly 1'. A. Arrington II . .1 A Tors I). K. Allen W. W. Adams 11 Hallev Ni .1. Uws.ni W II. Uwson C. 0. lauig (!r?rp ('. Ijoug 0, II l.ytle Simon Kdg.ir Hanks W W. Minion W V. llakoi Taylor Karton Wl S. Heveily James W. itish \V It. Breeding j; I), nowling A. Kuehannn II. M. Itnllllt (' S Bonlloy (J. B. Uttrbago O. Mi llrown CllSS, Iturris K. K. burgess tleltle lllokloy >V. M. Ilishoii 1'. II. Ilarron .1. K. I'. Itarroii Dcwcy llarlow Georgln T lloslwickM. K Moody Miss Kllsabeili Bor-Mrs Otis M r I, Mnlllni Clint Mot risen .1 K Marshall Hobt, Morcdltli Nick Morris Mineral Motor Co II M. Mulllns .1 W. Marlile Mai; bee Maiden John M Marlin W, S. Miller Millen I nip Miller UarrylLayiie Miller Mrs Maggie H. Mil ler .1 c Mitchell, Ji I . I. Morion Morti ?hrnling IV M lloohoi riora llrueo Mrs. I) II. Ilrucc .1. K. Itnllllt ? 0. Illaitkentihlp Kosa ill net t uu Mouser .1. I'. Mulllns .1. h MeCormiek Mrs; John Mel lain John Mel 'sin II II. MoOoniioll ,t r. Mltohnl llig stone dan Pub Mrs J 0, Mitchell be Schools ?'. 0. Mousey K, T. farter Mrs I <;. Muhsuy i'. 8. Carter .1. II. Matliowa .1. I?. Catnbloa Mali.'.a Myers .1. II. Caln.ii .las. McMillan .lohn W.GIialkloy Kannte Mathcws Mm. .1. \V. ChalkloyMauilo Manning K t*. ChalklOy ' W. \V. Nickels Mrs I' 0 Coohran .1 l' Sickels Caller Collier The Collier ?lame- M. Collier U. V. Collfa i Win Oobb W. 15 t'outts K. 1. Cousins I', t'. ('nclinin Nettle roomer J. B Collier II. I,. (Jummlnga Mr* Madge * 'siuj II. A Castle Moscow Durham M .1. Dougherty .! M. Horton It. II. Darnell M A Dtilanoy ilia Dickoiisoii li. W . I Mil lllllll Owen Bsatoy J. M. Klllott Mrs 8. IV I I .lohn I ox, Jr Minnie f I 'ox II 0 Ko\ May Worth 1"?'* 'Mildred Kos Jet alo G OUly li. K. Cllly T is. Olbson Mrs. .1 M Uooxlloe W. T. Gooiltoo .1 A Goodloc K K Goodloc 'I'. Briillu .lohn Ullly V. T Glass ,1. S Hamiden W C Itainblon II M Henkel Mrs sue Nclms Hen K, W. Nickels Mis K W Nickels Tie.. II. ?Hinter Eunice < II Inger !>. I'. Orr M . K I let ken Until f I'forr s I"oliv D. Ii Pierson .1 M. I'ell.t Mack I'alton 0, I. Kerry Walto II. I'cck lliil l lollij.. J. II, I'll I pout Mis Andre? Keedci Andrew IIilleedor,.li Win II. lingers Win A. Kegels W .1 Kogels Man Stuart Kamsov S 8. Hol.in,It nor .1. 1). H?gl I'? ll. H It-, i ted Kosa W S. Hose 0 ji. Howe I, ;lt. Hogers K. M Itcassui Mis la lleaaoi StoueCa i 'oke and CoulCo. I*. A. Shophcrd W .1. Sn.itI, II I. Stewart ,l \\. Biowart II. A. IV Sheen Mis II. A W. SkCCI 11. I.. Sherman Martha \. simgill .lohn tl. Smitli Guy K. Sutten kel Dock Show alter Elizabeth las- lleiirC. 0 Stanley kel I-an Smith Margaret II lloukcU M .smith James M Hodge Mrs W It Slau A 0 lloltoii ler Mra .) Oi Holter At.r I. Holt.ni Ham Hill.-li t han. Hunt Mo Ohas, llur.l .1 M. Hunt Mrs J. M . Hunt l.on Hind Hohen Uoitkina -V.J. Ilooi! W ,1 lloralcy Martha llugi' .1 W. Hubhard .1 I ? Hyatt W. M Hood J. W. Hisel K. A. Homer hindcey J, Hortoi G, i . I lone) cutt Interstate II It <' Ii T Irvine Malcuni Smith Mis Malcolm Sni < I. II. Slcmp .las. M. Smith i; G. Sword Williamr I ay! Stew ail r ,8 Stomp .1. f. Su.lh.un It Bj Taggarl Joliu K. laggart,Jr Josh Bullltl Tsggart IS. II. Taw It llriiec Tinslay Isaac C.Taylor .1 II Taylor W. W. Taylor an liisi. I. Taylor . Mr?. tl. I. Taylor Union 'lanuliig i !o Mn. Itoberta x Ir-Virginia Coal and vine I.. K Jeasee S. S .lessee I.. K. .lessee U, K. Jone? Kuth Jones Win I. Jones O. D. Jenkins A. It. Johnaou Kentucky Utllitli Co W. II. Kills.iirn Kathleen Knight G. X. Knight J W Kelly Mra .1. is Kelt) M. K. Kelly Mis M. K. Kellv I run K. It Wsninler W II. Wampler .1 It IS ampler K I. Wai J ( W hitman A. 1.. Witt Mrs. J. I'. Wolle Miss Myrtle Wolfo Delia Williams Mathe Williams .1. W. Willis Wise Printing Co, Jamlms Willis Mabel Wim? w. ii. Willi? Andrew iViltlami It. r. Wllliaini KrSkilM il a in s e v 1w i- I Wins',.n Kelly ' K s Wombwcll II. (i. Zopp It A I .ane K, M Colllci D. I'iiigus .1 K. Hot.U <;. K. Dingus K. Miller 1). K. Collier O. b. faylor 0. 0, Kern KXTKAC Jas. Ati'xander Ja?. Hricko/ Walter I'. IIa) lor S I -jrmack I.. S. Kleeuor Henry Koelcr K. N, Hawka J. 11. Johnson Iii-- Sullivan M. M. Shctt-iii L. V. Trent W li Slgu.-h ? S Tayler li. l' Burdlnc s Dineut J T. Taylor II. Oi Shcllon Wm. 8tubMeffoM T W'OKKH S K. Klliiger Wm LcrcM) Ken MoKenuey Sam Mite? M X X,s Walter lloivrt* lt. I?, Slemp I'. II. Beymore J. .t. Sllcox ('. O. Van Oortler II. 11. Stomp 1? .1 Wolfe J. H. Stewart lieu WntU Stewart. Simpson Kniuietl Warren Howard Simpson KUKNACK Clydo Anderson Q. W. Hood George lluil. Kloharil Johnson I>. M. Illshup tiary Lee Karris Ileniley Kurl L&wson .lohn llcntlev Calrln Mathowa J. C. Blanton A. W. .Mason D. V. Bentley J. St. Ncoloy .Marshall lleleher Koehelle i'osev Hallanl lloatright .1. II. Quails Cheater Itootloy 1.6yd Kouliiclle I. K. Hurk ' .1. IV Skcon i;?s> M Connor Goo. 0. Sowarde Mail?nder Collier Kaymond Scott A. I). Collier ?'. 0. Smith .1. N. Clastiey Hughcy Scott A. K. DoBuakc I'. I*. Sturmi!?. Wash I tiller II. H Toms Qrcoly Kleids IV II. Williams Henry Gardner C. K. Willis IV. .1 Holl" .1 YV. Willis YV. K. Oorinian Win. William* Kay Home l'loy.l Wilson SOUTH Kit N KAIbWAY Miss, in? Aden W. W II.1 .1. It. Allen .1. IL Hyatt \V. M. Anderson I V Jones Divo Arnislroug Atox Kaywood A. K, Anderson .1 l< Kllboiirne Mrs .lulin It. llakcrKorcst Kennedy Joseph M. Baker .1 S. Kcatcrloii Carl Blovlns B. A. Italic il hi lliirohficld r. I.. Lawson ?lee Bradley Have Keeper 0. B. Burchflcld Gco Keeper ltliss,l| ll.tlis .1 li, l.lllisford ?1 II llluvlns Fred MeKlrov .i. K. Hoiiv W. K. Morroll It. .1. Campbell I I. Ncclv .1. 0. Chlhlrcss .1. II. Phillips faul Chestnut .loo Bay ?lohn V, Clasliey Homer Hose Myrtle Clarke s. 8. Kuhlnclio Judge Collier ? p, Soverson Kdg.ir Colllci Mall Singleton K. founts l.af.ivelto Singleton Chan, It i o\ .1 K. Slcmii T. Counts A. W. Siilihjr 'l oin Dennis Oscar Stanley W. M. Kox .1 K Slntr.tr I). K. Kogarty <' T Sprolcs Lewis Kogarty T. It. Tiller M. ' *. l-'rcc Hiihi Toiiiiie ,1. W. Kleids .1. W, Waiiipli i llowhrd Gilberte .1. I> Wade T It llaun Kyle Wells II. W. Heil V. Wells Catherine Hollow- A. Wright in.in M. 11. Y uiiiig Amount subscribed through Interstate Kinauce ami Trust Company, $31,460; tliroiigli the Southern Ituilwny, $G,l)?0, mak? ing a total of iJ-S8,B60. UNITED STAIRS FOO !.\ B ISTRATION FIRST Y?AiTS RESULTS, Tier* ru a subnormal supply of foodstuffs In Oils country for the year ending July 1. 191T. The HUT wheat crop provided on!) 10,000,000 bushels ?bor? our normal consumption In j Cities tlmrs The call came from En-: nil ami Franco (or large shipments pf wbaal without, which their strength peclrl not he inalninlm I to continue ths nrht unlll the Attioilean troops oould he trulne.1 r.n-I cot across. Tho j groat race was on between German} lo win a decisive victory before tha i United Stales could get lino It. tho Unite.! States lo set In before It was loo late Food was the Issue. Ihn I ajlin could not hold out without f.'. ? His I-ondon Times. It: summing ?|i , |he desperate situation anys: "Tha efficient feeding of th,. reunify, of the t allies, of ths Allled armies trembled In the balcncs Now that the danger |s ov,.r It can be stated that In the sarly pan o? this rear the eouittrv was faced with the most acute food rrlsts of the year Compulsory ration? ing was resorted lo. but In spit* of this It was an open question whether Ihore would be enough meat .in! laeon to glvo every one his limited per caplu allowance The wheat com lilsrlon order?\l compulsory milling op to the stttstue limit, and took ? very poselbl* measure to eke out our ially dwindling cereal supply. These Pleasures would hr.ve been Inadequate to sare the situation had Ine United States Administration not Instituted meatlei? und whontlesl days " Sir (luv Oranet. who came over from Knglnnd to take ehnrge of the Allied Provision Commission In New Tork. wrote back to England: "Amer? ica Is r?v?!!y in this war. and It is won ierful bow every American seems to want to help us In this particular Ihow It Is very remarkable to see n whole nation denying Itself alt wheat IB products, not brvaute It Is short, but because It wanti to assist " Shipping was scarce The long run from Australia takes three times, Ar? gentina twice, the time required for1 live American run. Mr. Hoover culled Opon the American people lo supply the needs of the Allies from their nor mal supply Iit mnklnit personivl sacrl flceis The Allies were dlacourageid, disheartened: they did not think their wants could be not by nn appeal tq Ihs free will of a free people Ger? many wss Jubilant llut wbeatlON days and meatless .'.ays became fatnl liar In the American household. "No wheat" pleilce? followed, as the 1 y 1T wheat crop neared the bottom of the ble. until In July there were only two million bushels left of the old crop. We win within ten days of bailor no wheat la the country when the new harvets became available llut 111. ?M.OOn bushels of wheat had been shipped to our associates In the war, tJl.CS"i0.o,v> more than our surplus, rep. resenting the glad and free s.icrlflca of this Isnd of self-government fly April the sxportitlon of breadstuff*1 from North America was brought up to U>? maximum requisite (or Allied safety. It was so easy to do, Com? pared with the Allies, we. had so over Cowlnj an abundance of for*] that It vis herd <o teal a sacrifice was beiac, txvula Yat some there were who. In. alaOni upoc thslr white broad, their regular diet of msrdi and fats, and their abundano* of sugar, who can bow fwal do tkria of patriotism Pity thorn: h?lp theas get the vision ol seevioe, but do not blame tgiem Thay gr* not r?al Asaiioans. end la this ?ay that Is }uulalux.ea< ?oou?K. For the ye?r ending July X, 1S>18, lire Increased our moat shipment over ths provlous year by 841.600.000 pounds. shipping altogether S.011.100. 000 pounds. The total shipment ol cereals. Including wheat, amounted to tt40.W0.0OO, an lncr?ase of 80.900.000 bushels orsr last year. Tho total raluo of those shipment* purchmieil mainly through or la collaboration with the Food Administration, amounted to, roundly, fl.100.000,000 during the fiscal fear. Of these sacrifices of the people, Mr. Hoover say? In his report to the Freildsnt of tlic year's work of ths rood Administration' "These flguros do not fully convey the volume of the effort and sacrifice jnnde during the past year by the whole Atncrlrsn people. I am sure that all tho millions of our people, agricultural as well as urban, who hnre rontiibuted to these results should feel a vitv definite, satisfaction thnt In n jrar of universal food short ago* In the Northern Hemisphere, nil of Oo.se people Joined together against Oermanv came through to the New Harvest, not only with health and strength fully maintained, but with only temporary period" of hardships "ll la difficult to distinguish be tween vailous srctlonn of our people? the bomos. public entlng places, food trades, urban or narirultureri populn Uor.n. tn assessing cretlll for these re suits, but no one will deny tho domi? nant part of the American woman." In spite of the shorter supplies of food. th? price of Hour won reduced from J16 7R a barrel to 13 SO ? borrel and lhe farmer's margin of difference between the price received from this wheel and the Qotir made from It was reduced from tr. CS to H cents. In jenersl to tho farmer going In thn murlrot, 27'; more than laat tunimsr: to the housewife buying In uinrkoL 1S*^ less than last rummer. And Ilia Allies have been sustained. They are no longer on a ration For a Inng time there were constantly In line, walling rnr their limited food ratl ins. Iur.? n,u?iie-i of peopls sggre gating constantly "..lOO.O'M) In sll tho Allied countries: they have now en? tirely disappeared, the morals of the people Is restdfodi their courage is strong, their hoben run high nnd thslr affection flows strong for the Amert can lid In k'.nikl who has already come to their relief two million strong. In a recent speech on America's splrli In the mi l)r Ray l.yman Wllhui quoted Kriihce anil England as* saying lo Germany: "Tha nation that has sen' the type of men that America has sent to fiance will never go bark on them or on Hie soldiers and people Aaiitlng with those mon." and Pr. Wit bnr comments1 '"ITiat Is ihn spirit wn have put Into this war That Is the spirit In tho?<" noble men who have trone lo France, the men of the Arm-, and Navj Faith In those men has given the poopl? over Iheie fallh in us. so that they ar? willing to go on." The London Pallr Ohronlol? said at ths time of Koch's Mg offensiv? "Ths Amsrtn;n. tiava jcoiu. singing Into bel? lte line Ilk* oui own tjplendlrt follows Hour alter hoci. ?hen the great rush of Yanks across ihe channel began fur into the night thmiaauda upon thmniauil.s of Americans march ail to embark In rhe darttaosa. They went like Crusaders. And what do you think their bands played eo near trK attlefleldt Th?> played Onward, bnstisc ncddle-,-*,' and 'O com?. AH Ye Faithful ' Ths moa who sang tho** hymns nrs In tho present fighting " Hut neither the Allies nor the armies, theirs or ours, oaa go on with? out tood NO DISPLAY LIGH ! INC. ON MONDAYS OR TUESDAYS Tlio following is quoted from ubiiio regulations in Bulletin No. sent "in b\ llio Unitod Stillos Kuol Administrator for Virginia: tui "The Uhu of liiclu generat i ii tir produced by tho uso of oOiiBUiii|itioti uf coal, gnB, oil or other fuel, Im illuminating or displaying advertisements, mi liotliicouiL'litH or sitjns, or for tho cxtoriinl ornamentation uf iiny buihiiiig shall bo entirely discontinued on Momlny and Tuesday of onch yvo'elc. In "Tho use of I in lit generated or produced by Iho use or con? sumption uf furl fur illiiminitt mi; Or displaying tiny simp windows, stun- windows or any signs in shew windows, t* It is tl be discontinued from sun? rise lo sunset and shall also bo discontinued on tho nights spec ifioti in paragraph (n I. (c) "'tho Sinti' I'ui'l Adminis? trators within Iho HOVoml slates an' horoby directed and nnthor i/.od In sei- thill tin* provisions of this order are observed and carried nut within tliiiir HoVer'al .slates, lo report violations thereof to tho United Stillos ImuI Administrator j and lo roc oiiiniond to bun action to bo taken with respect to such vio? lations." The above quotations of such portion of Bulletin No. 43 as applying to conditions in this ttOCtion of lilt! stale are publish? ed for t h i' information and guidance oi all concerned. Ki'Kt. Commission ok Wise ( (u N I v 11. K. Hyatt, 1'liairmun. Dr. J. A. (iilincr Physician and Surgeon OKKI0E -Over Mutual Drugstore Big Stone Gap, Va. Wonderful Work Being Done by American Women on Duty Overseas. LIKE HARDEST JOB BEST In All Ways Woman Is Doing More Than Her Share lo Make World Fit Place In Which to Live. rnrls.? Stenographen mny win tho> wnr. At least the hist hnttlo <>r the Mnrne which turned the Ilde against (Ji rinnny wits won l>y stenographers, reasoning along tho sumo lines ns worn mmlc famous hy tho celebmted recl tnl to tho effeel Hint "n throne was lost nil for the hick of n horseshoe null." For If the French shy Hie American soldiers snved Purls, unit tho Ameri? can soldiers sny the big war welfare nrpnniantloiia snved Ihcm with hot ehreotntc unit other supplies when the rommlasnry couldn't keep up with Hie moving troops, the welfare organiza? tion* hnvo Said more Ihnn onco Hint Ihn girl clerical workers have more Ihnn once snved the situation. "I sometimes think Hint this wnr Is ijoint! to he won hy the stenographers." Is the view of Miss McCook, head of Hie women's department In Purls. Arc Doing Their All. Women uro dolus; their nil for democracy's cause by doing every bit of work possible, releasing men lo tin the fighting, from I he huso purls to tin buttle lilies. In the service of the Y. M. <\ A.. Hie K. of C, the Salvation Army, Hie Y. W. 0. A., und the Amer? ican Library association, now Joined willi Hie Jewish Welfare board mill Hie War Cnthp Community service In Ihi 1'iilled Stales wnr work campaign for soldier welfare work. Tbo number of women workers In Hie win- zone, nshle from (ho regiments of telephone operators mid stenog? raphers scot over by the United States government, Is Increasing dully. At a i. cent counting the Y. M. 0. A. Imd upward of fir.n women workers In Franco; the Salvation Army l.-in Inss les. Hie K. of 0. ort stenographers. Hie V, W. 0. A. 50, nnd the A. I.. A. n ilnr.cn librarians. The Ited Cross, of course, has scat over hundreds of nnrses. Seventy-live "Y" women are In en? tertainment work, from Hie ports to the Irenehes. Many have performed un? der shell tire and In expectation of gas attacks. All have endured hardships, going ankle deep In mud nnd rain to entertain the soldiers. Four hundred nnd Iweiity-seven are doing canteen work, which means everything from building fires mill cooking to mending pocks. Sun?' of Hie canteens are offi reis' clubs where elaborate meals arc served. Others are counters over which they serve soft drinks, cum, cigarettes, chocolate and sandwiches. Hardest Job of All. la many eases Hn-y hnve charge of Hu hut libraries, handling hooks fur nlsbed for sohllers hy their own or? ganizations und by the A. I.. A. "Ii 1'." duty-dispensing personal? ity, the bindest job of nil. they like 1m *t, for II means showing Interest, being Interested In nil the men anil helping them out hi n hundred Hille ways of which no one hut n woman would think. Some of the Y. M C. A. voinen are driving transports In France, and the tint decoration Is en? tirely In the charge of women. In all ways vvolnnu Is doing her share, nnd more Ihnn her share, to make tb< world ii decent place In which lo live. TANKS USED AS SHIELDS Huns Take Refuge Behind Damaged Monsters, But Ate Driven Out by Yanks. Poris.?Dnmnged tanks, abandoned hy the French when Hie Oer mans made their late spring drive, were l ed as sldehls behind which Herman machine gunners opposed the Ameri? cans nt various points between Klsuie? hhd Soissetis, according to Corp. Royal Thnrver of Kcedshtirg, WIs. ?'They got behind these old un? turned tanks, n number of which I saw, mid irled to bold us up after we dossed the Vi'Sle," said Thnrver. "Hut. of course. It was only n cpies Hon of lime until we worked our way around them nnd then the Herman machine; gunners ilechlcd they were through with the war, They Invaria? bly surrendered." Thnrver was shot In the chest and arm from a machine gun behind one of the tanks. BOYS ASSURED FUR COATS Two Oregon Youths Aged Fifteen and Twelve Kill i 200-Pound Bear. Kl'.inalh Kails. Ore.?ltclhn Oden and Scott Oden, fifteen nnd twelve years old, living at Pine Flat, IB miles southeast of Ibis city, recently killed i eOil-ponnd le-ar. The young nlmroda rnmn upon limit! when be was up n tree, Be? tween them they manipulated their fa ' v's 40.S2 special rille, and finished >ft Hie hear with one shot. \ov the Odcns .mil their neighbor* ?re enjoying bear steaks, and the two nits hnve ? :ich I.n promised u bear ?.?...t tor Christmas. Makes Better Time on Long Trip Than Man. Machine Work? a Llttlo Hard So She Takca It Apart and Flxea It. By ELOISG ROBINSON. Parin.?Tho lieutenant looked wor? ried and n nttlt' apologetic. -I don't like to nsk lt. I know that Isn't whnt tho V. M. C. A. Is for. Rut If It Is possible?" "How about It. Ml?s (low? 1'ou'ro the one to tiny." Tho divisional secre? tary turned to tho woman In tho mo? tor transport uniform. "Why certainly, lloutonnnl. If you're not nfrald to trust the. I've never driven it Kin! truck, or any car tin In uvy ns Unit, nnil you're taking u rlsl;. "I'll hike it I-' Tho II. lit. mint's fiown disappeared, "flush. Hint sots rriy iiiliul nt rest! If I sent Hie only limn I have down lo Parin for the truck ho would be n month getting buck with It. mid goodness only knows what condition 11 would b>- In when it pot boro. Hut I'll rest easy If you undertake it. if you can got buck Inshlo of two weeks I wish you'd do It." So Miss Kiln ?low, ii Scottish wom? an s. rving with tin- American V. if. C. A., who. by the way. lias been deco? rated for distinguished service to Hie Serbian government?went In Purls und brought back tin- truck, Sim Isn't very hie herself, and everybody said yho couldn't do It. They didn't know her. She chine driving up tho hill Inlo V-in Just n week from the time she lent left, and on.- iiny nml night <.f Iluit time Iind been spent on the train gettliig t<> Purls. ''She works a little hard, lloiltennnl." Yiss flow told tho officer. "Von have to shove her i b ur through to fourth rind then bring her back to where you waul her." The lieutenant tried to shove her, He couldn't. lie pushed and pntiled und became red in Iho! fneri and used bad words. Itul nothing worked. "She's ii beast." Miss (low admitted. "Von have lo get on to her. Ihil I Hilli!; f can make her ill) right If you don't nibuI n?y Inking her apart." "|io anything you Wllllt," growled Ihn lieutenant. So Miss liow look her apart, nnd now the lieutenant can drive her. 1 SERVICE FLAG. 110 |! POUNDS: 167.000 STARS | fi TtiK-i. Okln.?A glgmitle sort'i < 2 l.e Hag. weighing inure than till J $ p.muds was presented Iii ib.- i ij t'iiited Confederate Veterans :? vj and S.uis of Veterans by a Colo- v X rod ? delegation. '.' ? The Hag eontnlncil 1C7.IKKI ;[ Ji stars, each representing n dlreel -[ jj ilesctmlnnt of u Confederate sol- \ Jt dler now in tile service of Uli- \ WOUNDED, MISSING. IN LOVE Tcrre H.iutc Woman Gets Variety ot News From Brother at the Front. Tcrre Hunt.-, Ind.?Mrs. Snllle N.-v Ins of lids city In two days rerelvei' enough varying Information nboiit bet brother in frame lo give her ii.rvnti prostration, but the final word Inn made her happy In Hie knowledge thai lie not only Is alive, but much In love The first word was from Wnshlngloi that her brother. "Private Itay Ibimil Ion." was reported inlssihg. II.i lirotlier. Charles Nllllgleliliell, she knew llilll enlisted, but she bud not know: he . hanged Ids mime, wideh she now knows be did, beeimse be wanted 'i gel free of I he Teutonic N'niiglebncli. Wiildli ii few hours she received -j letter from Mile. Neiive Itoliln Krillle ji. a liieh w as pinned a Hole from hot broth stnting he was to he iiuirrted lo Ilm writer of the letter. Tili' next day Iho war department tclogiriphcd thai Hamilton had re turned lo duty after being mltfsluF from .Inly '.'D In August 17, during which time, It developed, ho was In n hospital. YANKS HATE TO TOTE BREAD Take Chances of Going Hungry In France Rather Than Carry Loaf With Them. Somewhere In Kruno'.?American soldiers ami sailors sometimes find it difficult when on leave io get all the bread liny want ill French cities. Itrcad Is Issued by euro", onu ilckcl be? ing good for 100 grammes. There are thru- tickets for each day. The Amer? ican government feeds Us own men, and unless a .soldier Is detached, or on si.mo special duly where lie cannot reach bis own mess, no provision Is made for his eating outside his own quarters, nml he does not get Kreuch bread tickets. When soldiers uro on leave from camp or sailors gel shore leave they nr.- reminded !?? hike along a loaf of Yankee bread so they will have some when they go into a Kreuch restaurant. Hut few do ibis. They don't want to be i-iicuinliered all day long with a loaf of bread under their iirui. They are willing lo take a chance on getting In? to a restaurant where they can got bread, or. it the worst conn s, go with uul. ^ Why::'! 111 Suffer? Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al dcrson, \V. Va., writes: "My daughter . . .suf? fered terribly. She coulj not turn in bed , . . the doctors gave her up, and wc brought her home to die. She had suffered so much at. . . time. Hav? ing heard of Cardui, \vc got it for her." "In a few days, she be? gan to improve," Mrs. Cox continues, "and had r.o trouble at.. . Cardui cured her, and wc sine ils praises everywhere." Wc receive many thou? sands of similar fetters every year, telling of the good Cardui has done for women who suffer froi complaints so common to their sex. It should do you i;cod, too. Try Cardui. H-tf PI ? d DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Ref ractionist. Treats diseases uf the Eye, liar. Note and Throat. Will bo In Appnlaohla KIRST KKIDAii in each moiitli until U P. M. BRISTOL, TBNN..VA. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Troats Dlsoasea of tho Eye, Kar, Nose and Throat. BRISTOL, Tl?NN. \Viii bu in Aripalnchl? rhira Friday in Each Month. liiarH-MO FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers Bif] Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ky. KcpoiIh and estimates on Coal and 'Im her l.amh. Design and Diana of Coal tun Coko Plants. Laud. Railroad and Mine Kiigincci iug. Blee trie lllue I 'rillt lllg. Dr. (i. C. lioneycutl DENTIST Die (STONE gap, va. OOJec in Willis Pudding over Mlltua _lung -:..ie_ J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMITH I NC Big Stono Cap, Va. Wo o and Buggy work A Specialty I have au I p ie dale Machine fill putting oil Itilbbor Tires. All work given prompt ationHoh. _ UNITED MAILS RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION W, Ii McAiloo, Ditccioi General of Hallroiids awtx^u. Schedule ;n Flmr.i May lllth, I'ds I.KAVK XOBTONI VA. 0:15?. m.anJ 2:1(0 p, in. lor Bltldflold and in. Ielinedi.de .stations. Coillicctloil at llluotleld with Trains Cast and West ? Sleepers ami Dining Cars. LEAVK BBISTOL.VAi Hilly. 0.50a ni tor M ist Itatlfonl, Uoanoke, Lynch burg, I'eteraburg, Kiohmoud, Rrii folk aid llageratovvil. I'arloriCar (Broiler! to itoanoko and llngcrs lown. sleeper llagorslown W I'hlla (Iclphin. 12.01 p. m. daily lor all points botwcot llristolaud l.ynchbiirg, Connects Walton at 11:20 p. iii. with the l ie cago Kxpicss for all points weal and northwest. '> p. m. for Norfolk and Intermediate points, Sleepers to Norfolk. l:0? p in and 8:20 p. ih; (limited.) Solid trains with sleepers to W ashington. Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York via Lynobburg. I iocs not make local slop*. W. U. SauMiKiia, G. I'. A. W It. Bkvti.i., Pass Traf: Mgr., Itoanokv.Va J. E.HORSMAN, Florist, DOOLEY, VA. Tolophono I030 Norton, Va. Another romludoi not to forget us when in need of Klowcra for any uccaaiou, ltoscs. Viotota, Sweet Peas, Orchids, Car nations, Chrysanthemum? and Potted Plants Corsago work and floral Designs a Specialty Out of town orders tilled promptly by Pan el Posl, Special Dctlr ry, Kxpicss or Telegraph S. S. Masters & Co. General BlacKsmith Repair Work. Boiler and Machine Itopairlng. Itorse shocfug a specialty. Wagon and Itnggy Work. Wc make a specialty of putting on rubber tires All work given prompt and careful attention. Um Stono Gap, Va.