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How Firestone puts the miles in ? and then proves it?not at YOUR ex? pense. No oilier tubes in the world are road tested on so big a scale as Fires tones. The Yellow Cab Company of Chicago uses Firestone Tubes exclusively ou its 800 taxi cabs. The service of these tubes is checked constantly - improvements und developments arc arrived at. By close watching of a large number of tubes in service not confined to isolated instances, the conclusions arc accurate and definite. Firestone puts the best in materials into tubes by i stnblishing purchasing experts at Singapore, center of the world's rubber market. Firestone puts the best in work? manship into lubes by organizing the crack manufuct uring organization of the industry on a profit-sharing basis. And then subjects the finished product to this big-scale road test -in order to get you more for your tube money and more miles out of your tins. And yet Firestone Tubes cost no mute than the ordinary kind. gps- =? . ^.^-^^2^ TpOR more tire mileage, more miles to a A gallon of gasoline, greater riding comfort and for the best possible tire investment Next Time?BUY FISK Theoc tires nrn built (.1 this Ideal: "To be the best concern in the world to work for nnd the aquorcst concern in existence t.i do business with." Auto Filling Station BIG STONE CAP. VA. INADEQUATE FACILITIES Ow ing lo adequate dormitory facilities (he Normal School al Radford was nol able to accom module all oi ih?' Btudeins mak? ing application fur ;ulini-riuu tu the first term of the mi miner quarter. Telegrams aud letters were I scut in innre ihnH 200 applicants informing lli?mi that llio school | could not provitle Cor tlicut Ilm Urs! term opening .lime I tili .mil advisiug them to enter the sec? ond, term Opening .Inly 20. All the course^ offered during Hie lir-t term will l.e olfered during the second term. Here Inf ore the review courses for lir-t j ami reennd grade certificates have I been ottered in the various slate institutions only during the first ; term of the summer ((Harter. There h n * been a marked shortage of teacher* n<>( only in Virginia but throughout the na? tion for the last few years. This shortage continues. The Normal Sehe. "I ii Und ford iu eo-opera imii wit Ii the ?lato educational authorities i- seeking t<> over-! ??um?' tin- ?linrtag? und is mak? ing every ?Hort possible to ns-i-t prospective leacliess for the next session of the public schools. Teachers wishing (0 attend the: second terin of the summer! quarter opening July 2o ure ad? vised t>> make early application for rooms. Treasury Department -Office of Comptroller of the Cm i ency. Washington, t>. 0., June 25, lii20. Whereas, hv Htttibfuciory evi? dence preaunted t.> the under signed, il ban been made to ap? pear that "The First National 1 Hank of Hin Stone (Jap," in the 'town of Hin Stone (Jap, ill the COlinty of W ise ami state of Virginia, ban complied with all i Hie provisions of Hie statutes of Hie I lilted States, reipnreil to in- complied with he fore, un uis Rooinlion shall b?? authorized to commence i h o business of bankinn; Now therefore, 1, John Skol ton Williams, Comptroller of i the Currency, do herein certify that '-The first National Hank of Hi^r Storni dap," in the town of Hin Stone (lap, in the county of Wise and stale of Virginia, is authorized to commence the business of banking as provided in section tifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Ue vised Statutes of the United Stales. foil version of The liiter-lale Finance ami Trust Cuinpnii), Hin Stone Clap, Virginia. In teslimony whereol witness my hand ami seal of office tins i5l.li day of .1 line, 1920. John Skki.ton Williams, Comptroller ol the Currency. udv20-;i3 It is no longer considered hazardous to liny u pin in u poke. If the poke is made of cotton it is more valuable than the pig. Record Aggregate for the First Five Months 240 Against 297 in 1919 and 415 in 1918. Richmond, Vn., July 9.?The cool spring ami the consequent delay ill the slate's tly crop lias had a mitrked influence mi the incidence of typhoid rever Us shewn by statistics gathered by the .Stuli' Department of Health. Kur the lira! live months of 1920 Hu- aggregate number of reported cases of this ilis.e has been 210 against 207 for I hi* cor? responding period of DHU and 41? for the first live mouths of HtlS. While the early mouths of loitl showed a very considerable reduction 1.i the 1(118 figures, typhoid fever hung on with greater persistence dining the vein with the result that there Wtts a tolul of 2,101 reported cases in Hie -late in 19111 again; t 2,1 HI for the preceding year. February and March, 1020, were banner mouths in typhoid reduction, there having been but IS cases of the disease reported in the former and 20 in I lie lat? ter month. The Slate Hoard of Health urges constant warfare on the tly, careful screening of the homo in prevent Hies front reaching food or drink for human eon sumption, sanitary disposal of jiili human excreta, which menus that Mich disputation shall be made thereof thai access Hierein may m.I he gain.-.I by insects, annuals or fowl" and thai liiere -hull be no possibility of its po? inting any water supply. Til. precautions will not only .-oiij qiior the typhoid menace but will dissipate the forces of other tilth borne diseases including those intestinal parasites which sup the strength ami impair the health of untold thousand- of buys and girls in the soil I It. When one candidate begins l'i take the lead the others join forces in an attempt to shove him oll' Hu. mal. And when In. has been properly squelched they continue their pleasant pnBtithe of culling each other's political throats it's a great game. A man can always dictate to his typewriter, but seldom to I his wife. Roots, Herbs, Barks, Etc. WUT We are paying premium prices for SLIPPERY ELM bark rough-off dry in any quantity up to Car load. Make Fifteen to Twenty dol? lars per day working for us. Writo for contract a n d prices on all kinds of ROOTS and HERBS. Ij. Q. fflcGUIRE Sl CO. Johnson City, Tenn. ORDER OF PUBLICATION VIKUINU -In Ike Olcrk'i ?Iii,-,, of the Circuit Court of Wise ooluity, iIn? tnl. ,Uy ui June, litto, Ihg Stone (lap l.iiui) Company, V?. Ellis Huh), el a), DofeiHlanbi IN" ( MAM KitV I ii.- object of tin- foregoing .suit In to eururee u certain veuiior'a lied retained in deed from lh? l?g sinne (lap baud Com? pany to llustou [turd, dated March tltli I Witt, ,in Uol .'. block llil, IMul ;t. Ilig Slum- Gap, Virginia, aaid linn being for the sum qI' IBILOtl, wlib Intoreat tliereon front ...i.| tit!? ilay of March, 101(1, nniil paid. Ami it appearing from attldavlt on nie in aalil olltce Uiat one of die defendanta, Oeorgo Kuril, i? .i nou-rcaldeui ol the ?late ..I' Virgiulatll I* orderet! dial lie ..|<i - o lier.- within flftesu d..>- alter due publication ui il.la unlcr ami do what is ueeeaaary t.i protect In? liitotuat in iliis Miii. It Is furtlier ordered tliai a copy hereof Ihj published once a week tor tour suc ceaaltr* weeks in the llig Stone flap I Vet, and thai a copy be posted :ii Hie front door of the Court House of Wlao couuty, as i<?-;'..i[c-l by law, A copy?Teal a: It. R. KUllKHTrf, Clerk, llul Wtt & Cbalkliy, p. n. juaaa-241-98 ORDER OF PUBLICATION VIUUINIA? I" tliu Clerk', ?n,,. ilio Circuit Court ol' WUocount) ih !, day of June, 1980, M. S. Carpenter, Plaintiff, vs. Hannah H. Miller alias Kniiiiali 11. Carpenter, Drfeudaut ATTACH M KNT; The object ol' tlil? suit 11 t.> recovci uf tin- defendant the sum of One tlninlifj ?ml Twenty-five (?18(1.00) Dollars, ?ja. iiitercxl liom tlio day of iii , mill lo attach tlio estate ol tin defendant and subject tIi?.- same i., payitie'ul of ulalutlira debt. Aud .u, j," iiu-iii having been returned uti | tin- estate of Hie defoudaut, and au ?m. ilavll baring been ni.uli' ami tiled n?t said detomlallt is a Uou-realdeul ?f ult slat of Virginia, aud tbal ln-r hist known latofllce addreas Is 1'i.or Kork, kit ? nrdcred Ibatthoaald defeudanl n Ii ii. .Miller. Alias llaUDali ii L'arpeo r. appear here within Ion Jaya ahm ,!,... publication of thla order and iki wbatb icesaary to protect bei Interests In ,;,? ad, Ami ii is turtlic-r ordered that , ipy ol' Oils order be published uiicn ? l-cK lor four micccshIyo weeks In n... m. Stone flap Post and tbal a copy ol um? lie |toMe<l at tbe froiil door of I lie Court IIoumi oI Wise county, as uieacrlbtd In law. ami :i copy of same i?.illed the i|e. iVmlnni at I'oor t-'oik, Ky. A copy Teste: n it. Humans, in, lly I . A. Johnson, U i .V. W.tl, Dolson, p. i|. juullt-;i.:; ORDER OF PUBLICA I ION VIHiil.MA -In the Clerk's olUca i>l Ii?, i n.mi Court Im Wise county, tti? I t ali day of June, lli.'ii. Margaret i amity, Plaintiff, va. W i" (' e-uy, i icfondaut. I S CM ANCKHY 'I'lo' object of lids Miii ts lo ubtiilii ? if. orce A Vlncillo Matilinoull upon (kc Igriilliuls ol adultery, RiuuuioiiH havitig Ibeiiii I w ice issued and returned not <?.?? uulcd, Ami ii appvara from affidavit oii'lihtia aiild office llial the dereiidaitl ft I' l.'asslly, is not.a resident of Ilm utali ,.: \ iiL'iin i, it la ilhterell that Ilkap|H?ar licit uii Inn lull days aflel duo publication dI Hie, prdei ami do what is iieccasai] lu pilitecl Iiis Ihtcreal in '.Ins suit. Ami ii is further ordered thai n copy liereof be piiblialieil oiieeh week fo.-fuui esslce weeks in tin* Him Stone lisp Post; and thai il copy Im posted ?i i lie | front iIo.ii oi tlie ( .'mii lions, ol llili eouitty. and ili:it a ropy be malted to lk? dcloiiilnul, VV. 1*. i'anally, at lUilaii I Kcutticky, Ins last known |iokt otilct! ill A copy Ti sto. A copy Testet It ii iHUiKllTS, i lerli I w. ii lioud, p. ?! jmrju a.i-4j Dr. J. A. (. ii liner Physician ami Surgeon OKPIOK -Over Mutual Ibug Stun Biur Stone Gap, V.u. DR. G. M. PEAVLEU, i riintH UlHuuuuKor thu Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat, UHISTOL, TEN N. Will boat Anpnlnclun the Hunt Friday of ?aori month. msils-M-l Dr. (i. (.!. lloneycutl DENTIST BIG STONE UAH, VA. office in Willis lliilldlug live! Miitus. Ilrug Store S. S. Masters & Co. General Blacksmith Repair Work. Holler and Machine Kepairlug. How lalibuhig a specially. Wagoii ami Hugg) Work Wo make a specially of putting I rubber tires All work givuti prompt ul careful atloiitlon. Uii4 Stone Gap, Va. S11'.\ P.NSON CHAPTER No. Iu k. A. M. Meets liilrii Thursday of eaoli UMiuth^al 8 p, in Masonic Hall. \ isilllig companions. wotci>ate Iii n. I. '.'I'avi oii.II r .1 II. Ma iin ?s, Siv i Ulli SI ONI. (1AP UIDIIH No.-'ii A. P. & A. M. ills second Thursday ofeaoh ,in..nili at % p in. Masonic Hall Visiting brclhrcu welcome. A. Ii. Owi Ns, W. M. .1. II. Matiilms, See y II. 15^. l^l>J*L Civil and Mining Engineers UIk Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ky Iteporla anil oatimates on Coal and Tim her l.iimln. Ueaiguaud Plaits of Coal ?od Coke I'laula, I.ami. Kallroail ami Miuj KliKlneoriug, Kleclrlc Itluo Priulliig, DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Refractionist. Treats iliseascs ol the Bye, Par, Nost and Hirual. Will be lu Appalaebla KIBST PKIHAA In each mnutb until II P. M. HKISTOL, TliNN.'VA. MONEY BACK - ? ?ll hnut qucitloa If Hunl'i S>><> fall, lo tho licatmest of Iciisi. Tftm.mntvorm.Iteh.cte. Du?a iMCStat dlK-?jr?lcd MCSBM etk?? Inatasaati f?l!M. Hum'. D.i.? h?i tallcvc.l liui.d;e.l< ?f isck too Vau csa't lot* oo ?a> Uantt Coli Cm?nlM. t/T It cl cur risk TODAY. Pita ft* Im isla l?ctll|i kt o Kolly Drug Co.