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Eight Years of Progress and Prosperity! Why?
Because with the Democratic Party in Power, Opportunity for the Whole People and no One Class Has Been the Watchword Among Other Things Democracy Has Given the People THE FEDERAL RESERVE ACT. By taking control of the nation's financial resources from Wall Street the way has been paved to prosperity for every farmer, laborer, banker and businessman. AND THEY HAVE PROSPERED. The financial problems or the world's greatest war were met and conquered by this country through the Federal Reserve; Act. THE FARM LOAN ACT has opened the way for financial aid to the farmer and and has put hundreds of them on their feet. AND THEY HAVE PROSPERED. LEGISLATION FOR LABOR. By showing a sincere desire to serve the work? man through wise legislation for labor, includ i ng the Child Labor Law. the Compensation Act and other measures, conditions have been greatly improved. Then there is the establishment or the Department of Labor and bureaus. AND THE WORKER HAS PROSPERED. ByTH E FEDERAL AID ROAD ACT hundreds of millions of dollars were appropriated to aid the states in the construction of roads. The work of expending these funds for road construction is now under way in the Ninth District. Good roads are one of the FOREMOST FACTORS FOR PROSPERITY. The old arguments of a full dinner pail have been reinforced by thousands of new bank accounts. PROSPERITY HAS INVADED EVERY HOUSEHOLD. Even Congressman Slemp has amassed a foiTune under the Democratic rule that he denounces, and consequently he announced that he did not want to return to Congress, A study j\ the Congressional Record gives force to his statement that he did not have time to attend to the duties of the ofTice and his own business. B?LLING H. HANDY. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE IN THE NINTH VIRGINIA DISTRICT, IS A YOUNG M AN ?F ABI LITY AN D EDUCATION AN D IS I N SYMPATHY WITH THE GREAT MASSES OF THE PEOPLE. HE WILL GIVE HIS ENTIRE TIME TO REPRESENTING THE PEOPLE AND ATTENDING TO THE DUTIES OF THE OF? FICE. MOREOVER, HE WANTS TO GO TO CONGRESS; SLEMP HAS SAID HE HASN'T TIM E TO GO. Here is Stamp's ttecord in Congress In tile Sixty-filth Congress, 447 roll calls. Slemp present 225, not voting 222. In the Sixty-sixth Congress, 437 roll calls Slemp present 1G7. not voting 270. While Handy was fighting overseas Slemp was giving less than half of his time to his official duties and more than half of his time to his coal properties and other business interests. Handy has learned by experience what the needs of the country are. He has shown by fighting for his country that he can legis? late for it, and help continue Peace, Progress and Prosperity. The above records show 1 hat Slemp was 50 percent representative. 11 AN DY will represent (lie people 100 per dent, BOLL I N G HANDY East Stone Gap Comlax, S.itiiril?\. Oclobei 23. The entertainment which ? ?u post puned, will ltd given Snttir day night at 8 o'clock p lit; Tho money will bo used for nil proving (he school building. Admission, 16 ami cunts. Tho Uriv, Spring, of Imtepou denee, \'a., (.pent Sunday' night her?1, visitin'g Ins daughter, Miss Marguerite Spring, who is teaching in our school. Friends of Mr. Ish Tale, whoi was hurt Saturday night, were sorry to hear of his accident, but glad to know he is resting as easy as pnssibio. Mr. Tnte nttuudod school hord a fov* years ago and made many friends among both voting and old. Tip> Jefferson Literary SOcie ty met Friday afternoon, Octo? ber 10, und rendered u most in? teresting program, winch was us follows: Seil? lly rW.-ty lU-.viiug .Bvs Well liimtiuu Marvin rturticlta I'ianO polo llnllie .Meere Roacll?a t-Ultltu Sprulu? KcclUUon Mittlre?) Cawooil V?cal Solo Mary Cawooil Heuling IV.irl Ual)oway KvolUtloil Kiv.l NY.lv leading V?la IIo<kI Journal Harry Wlllin, (luy JoIiiikoii, The next regular i.ling of the society will be Octoboi 29. Don't forget our entertain motu Saturday night, October. j;t, at 8 o'clock. Come, you WUtl't be disappointed. AdlltisH inn, I and 2fi cents. The meeting, which is being held by the Uev. Haley, is prov iug to be a great help to all who are attending. It will be continued possibly u lew nights this week. Mr. Koeeo returned to K.ast Stone Thursday night, after a ten days' vacation. COMINfll The following program will be rendered Saturday night, October 23, 1020, at 8:00 o'clock. I'lUKIItAM Mum.' Hv String Hand l?iIII, "Dainty Step1' uirls i'naitiite, Carry Me Hack to Old Virginia iiltialc .Itaml Hani ' Solo M i lllahkeiiahiri I >u. t. "Oer Ilm Deaort Wild Mimi Spline, anil Mi Jone? Mimie .... jlantl Solii, ^Koranttcn" . Mi-~ Spring Drill, ','poullierri <litis ll. 8, ulrla lloailiii)! Nellie U. Kurd Mriaio Hand Oliorua Sweet and I...? II. S. (ilrli Mualo Hand Solo Mr. W. A .lon.s Drill, I he AiiiaKoiin II, 8. ilirln Quartette, Satinet I Vice (Quartette liahil Mliaie ?' Homo Snoot Homo" ('nine! If its not ymir money's worth, you may have it buck, Mr. and .Mrs. K. O. Qilly re. turned Tuesday uflor an extend ed visit south. Tboy reported a wonderful trip, ami it must iiavo been, for people to gain live pounds in weight, on a 10 duys' trio. They visited the priucipai cities of the south, spending most of the lime in '1 exits, Prunk Ourter, who has been quite sick with typhoid is im proving as rapidly as possible. Miss .Mary Lee Collier, of \UK Storni Oap, Bpeilt Sunday in fehlst Stone ilap. The nirplnno is the center of a111action jusl now, and many people la and around K ist Stooo have I,ikon a trip in the region of the clouds. Sunday n as an especially exciting day, and our little village was con verted into a veritable metropO' ; Iis for travel, Radford Nor? mal Notes I'rof. Karl Jensen, the Swr dish lecturer, lectured at the Normal School Kriday nit<ht on "American opportunity." This lecture sol forth in a very strik ling inniiuer tin- opportunities that America otTors to inon ami women at this tune. On November Ifi a group of distinguished educators will ml dress the faculty, students, school oflicer? and citizens in this part rif Virginia Dr.Wur roh 11. Wilsohj of Columbia Uhivarsity, Miss Mabel Carney, <?f Touchers' College, Ne'w York, Dr. .1 I. Mclirion Und other distinguished ediiontors nl Ihn stall' und nation will du liver addresses und purlicipulo in the. discussions. Tho annual "stunt," ono of the most enjoyable occasions of tho fall tonn, wasobserved H'ri day night. Tho fuottliy, stu dents and a huge mimher of friends and Citizens front the oily anil surrounding seetiou enjoyed these exercises; Tin I four classes each presented a stunt in which much originale ty, and dramatic action were display ed. '1 he faculty also I gave a Blunt which was well executed. This annual iilTair j is given under the auspices of i the V. W. C. A. ami is utilized I to hriiig nhotit a wider acquain? tance und u spirit of cordial I comradeship amongst tho stu? dents und faculty. The prizes 'ami distinctions awarded foi j various forms of excellence in j these stunts tire eagerly sought by tho various classes and indi? viduals. l'rof. .J. K. Avon! on Friday ami Saturday, October 15 und It;, attended the County Teach? ers' Institute at Itocky Mount in Kruukiin county and Stuart in Patrick county, l'rof. K. It. FitKputrick ati ended the Teachers' Institute in ituchan au county, Rutetourt county the same week, l'rof. \V. B. Qilburt delivered an address to the County Teachers' Associa? tion tit vVythevilln Friday, 'The lirst iiutnber ol the sec? ond year of the Kurul School Messages will be published November I. This publication is sent free to all teachers, school supervisors, superinten? dents and trustees on request The purpose of the publication is to assist school oflicors, com inanity school leagues and teachers. Dr. J. P. McDonnell loft on Saturday for a trip to visit a number of educational institu? tions in tho Mississippi valley states to consider their courses of study, their equipment, for I training teachers for vurious Im ms nf service surili as lias been committed t<> llio Stitto Normal School at Kail font l>y tiiti Virginia Normal School Lhonrd ami tin- State Board Of Kd m at ion. DON'T USE HORSEHAIR SHAVING BRUSHES Congress Will Be Asked to Prohibit Manufacture of That Material Into Shaving Brushes. Itislininnd, Vn , *>ct. 12.? Surgeon Uonoral dimming I ms requested/the Stute Hoard uf Health to warn the people of Virginia nguinst lining shaving ! mushes made of horsehair. tie writes that despite the ef forts of (ho Public Health Ser? vice 10 prevent the UCCUrrotlCU of anthrax it is nut possible In prevent cuses mini the public ceasca to buy horsehair brush? es. "It is the concensus of opin? ion," ho writes, ?'that shaving brush anthrax is only contract? ed when the shaving brush is made of horsehair and Con? gress, at the next session will bo asked to prohibit the use o| horsehair in shaving brushes." Recent medical discoveries have shown that autrnx is not necessarily fatal; but recovery is improbable unless treatment is started in the very early stages; ami such immediate treatment, especially in remote country districts, is not usual? ly available. The part of wis? dom is, therefore, to play safe. The State Hoard of Health recently issued a circular,warn ing the druggists of Virginia against brushes distributed by one importing lirin; but this ladvicoof the 1'ublic Health Ser ivico gives a precaution that can be taken by the individual; and it men will not use shaving brushes made of horsehair, they need, not worry about anthrax. Little children see the faults of others as they are, btti often we adults sec them as wo would like them to be. ALL RUN-DOWN Missouri Lady Suffered Until Shi Tried Cardui.?Says "Result ; Was Surprising."?Got Along Fine, Became Normal and Healthy. Kprlngflr-ld Mo.--"My lurk Wftfl ?C weak 1 could hardly stand tip, and I would have bi arlm; down patna and was not wctj at any time," says Mrs ' I). V. William?, wife nf a wclt-knOWE (armer bh llonto C, this place. "1 kept getting headaches and liavlnR tc go to lud," continues Mrs. Willi.inn describing the troubles frnm which nlir obtained relief through the use ol Cardul. "My huabaud, having heard of Cardul, proposed Retting it for mo "I saw after taking some Cardul ... that I was Improving. The reaull was surprising. I fell like a different person. "Later I Buffered from weakness and weak back, and felt all run-down. I ill.I not rest well at night; I was so! nervous and cross. My husband said he would get me aomo Cardul, which! hi did. It strengthened mo ... My doctor said I got along fine. I wns In Rood healthy condition. I cannot say too milch for it." Thousands of women have differed ns Mrs. Williams descrlbca, until they found nth* from the use of Cardul. Blnco it has bellied so many, you should not hcsltato to try Cardul tl 1 troubled with womanly ulluieuts. I For sale- everywhere. CS3 NOTICE Called Communications: ol Ste? ven? Chapter No. 11 R. A. M. for iiionth of Oc .'ii J. eutiu! r.-s~ vj> for month or lie loner. l'i^W s'?""'?'> evonlug, Octoboi -in l?vCB 7 ?' p. in.; Thursday ovcnhij Kj^f October SSlh. ! SO p m. panloiuof No. ID re<tuaalod t> attaud theao lucetlug? All visiting com paoions ara uxtended a cordkil welcome lly order W. \, Joi.ks, II. I'.. .1 !l M vTiii.ws, Sco'y. HOUSy BACK ?SllMUl qufi li-.nltHi.nl-. S.I. . flits In th? tie?lmenl(.l HVsema. Tcltrr. Kinawo;m, llch, elf. Doot become di.couraced bt cau.e other treatment! railed. Hwrtt'a Sal.aha? relieved nun. die.1. of auca ca.ei. You cao'i l...e on cur .l.'.n., Aach C11.H.1I?. Trr ll ?? our ill* TODAY. Pric? 7?t KKI.LY lutUO COMPANY M. Jv. FOX Civil and Mining England 131k Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,K| Itupoibi and oatlhiateaoil Coal, r UmU, Dcalgii and I'laui ul ( ?kit Hants, I .ami. Kalliuad ui Y.\ Khgliieerhig, Blcctrio llluo I'rlntltn. Dr. .1. A. ?iimcr 1 I'hjsician and Surgcoa OP KICK -pvor Mutual l>ni?>io Big Stone Cap, Vn. S. S. Masters & Co! General BlacKsmith Repair Work. Ilollor arid Machine liepalrlnf; Haw ahooing a specially. Wagon aiul Hi Wmk. We make a ?pciiialty ?f i-m on rubber tiros All word ijlv?n|f ami careful attention. BIr Stono Cap, Vn. DR. G. M. PEAVLER Tronts DlaunHub of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat BRISTOL. TENN. Will boat Appalachla tho third. Friday of oacr> tnontii UMjn.tS-1 DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Refract ion ist. Trrals disease? of the H)0, I:ar. Vt" and1 Threat. Will be in Appalaohia KIR8T Krlll>Al| in each month until 8 I*. M. BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. Dr. C. Honeyciittl DENTIST BIO STONE OAI?, VA. OfBce in Willi? Building aval Muh* I ?nie; Store Norton Floral Go. Cut Flowers Funeral Designs Corsages and Potted Plants Prompt Service Day or Nigrd NORTON, VA.