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Rural Retreat
Passenger Train Schedule,
The train* that carry passengers on
the Norfolk & Western will leave Rural
Retreat station aa follows:
No, 41, Westbound, 8:28 a. m.
No. 11, “ 12:55 p. m.
No. 13, “ 8:19 p. m.
No. 14. Eaatbound 10:08 a. in.
No. 12. “ 3:41 p. ra.
No. 42, “ 8:44 p. m,
Dr. J. P. Hill will be at
Rural Retreat Wednesday and
Thursday after the second
Monday in each mouth, pre
pared to do all kinds of dental
work. Teeth extracted
without pain.
We wish to contract with merchants
in Wythe county, to buy and collect
Roots and Herbs for us.
Write for price list and
full particulars.
The Powell Botanic Co.
25 4th st. Bristol,
P .O. Box, 359 Tenn.
0, .Here from Wednesday
morning till Saturday
Our Gallery at Rurail Retreat
will be open from 9 a. m. to
6 p.jxu Southern Art Co.
If you are busy and seeking advisers,
Taka DeWitt’s Little Early Risers,
Just before goirg to bed.
You will find on the morrow,
You are rid of yeur sorrow—
That’s all: just enough said.
These famous pills do not gripe, but
move the bowels gently and easily,
cleansing the liver. Their tonic effect
gives strength to the glands, prevent
ing a return of the disorder.
Miss Emma Wilson was
here yesterday the guest of
One Minute Cough Cure.
Is the only harmless cough cure that
. « , gives quick reliof. Cures Coughs colds
Croup Bronchitis, Whooping Cough
Pneumonia, Asthma, LaGrippe and all
throat and chest and lung troubles. I
gof soaked by rain says Gertrude E.
Fenner, Muncie, Xnd., and contracted a
Severe cold aud cough. I failed rapidly
lost 48 lbs. Myjdruggist reccom mended
One Miuute Cough Cure. The first
bottle brought relief; several .pured me.
I am back to my old 'Vsijjttt, i48 lbs.
One Minute Cough Cure Cuts the
phlegm relieves the cough at once,
draws out infiamatioD, cures croup.
An ideal remedy for children. W. W.
Buck A Co.
Supervisor, E. M. Davis
made a flying yisit down on
Cripple Creek yesterday. It
seems the railroad over there
is encroaching on the county
A Thanksgiving Dinner.
Heavy eating is usually tho first cause
of indigestion . Repeated attacks in*
dame the mucous membranes lining the
stomach, producing a swelling after
eating, heartburn, headache, sour rising
and finally catarrh of the stomach.
Kodol relieves tha inflamation, protects
the nerves and cures the catarrh. Kodol
cures indigestion, dyspepsia all stomach
troubles by cleansing aad sweetening
the glands of the stomach. W. W.
Buok A Co.
Mrs. E* C. Tarter and little
baby daughter went out ,to
Glade Spring yesterday. Mrs.
Tarter was called there by
the serious illness of her moth
er, Mrs. Ryburn.
Give us any local news you
And Told in Words That
One Who Kuns
May lUu,i.
New lot of J;.ggy Whips st
the Ar . ( )me '*ne.
Re- " *k Times, It costs
only$i ayear.
Mrs. Becky Moore is re
ported still very low at her
home on Black Lick.
You can get a nice comfort
at the F. M. Co.
Subscribe for The Times!
One dollar a year.
The largest pencil tablets
you ever saw for 5c at the Ark
Miss Rebecca Harris, of Et
ter, spent a few days here this
week with her sisters, Mrs.
Buck and Mrs. Eiffert.
H, A. Eiffert says that he
has been in the cabbage busi
ness about 31 years and this
is the finest crop he has ever
seen raised here.
I have two No 1 work
horses for sale. Any cne want
ing a good horse call on me—
A. Y. Dixon. 34 4t
Catherine Murphy died
Wednesday night at her home
in Murphyville alter an illness
of several weeks.
Just received a new lot of
trunks and telescopes at Far
mer’s Mercantile Co. They
sell them cheap.
Word was received hert
Monday that Robt. S. Porter
son of A. L. Porter was quite
sick in Nashville Tenn., where
he is attending school. Mr
Porter telegraphed to know
the condition of his son.
We can save you mo^jy on.
Carpets, a large line to select
from.—Davis-L indsey Co.
For over twenty y. ars Mr
J. D. Hobbie, General Mug’r
I of the 11 bbie Co., Roanoke,
has made piano:- ; • -• and
is regarded a: i : , ^ - His
name has always been as:..^ia-j
ted with the finest pianos. So
today it is generally conceded
if you want the best piano,
you must go to Hobbie’s.
Call and settle old accounts
due C. T. Pepper, Druggist,
as they will be put out for col
lection if not attended to in
the next lew weeks.
Oct. io. Chas. R. Pepper.
There is more Catarrh in tb;e section
of the country than a|l other (*1068368
put together, and unti< the last few
years was suppose.* to be incurable. For
a great rneny years doctors pronounced
it a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, prohounced
it incurable. £ :;once has proven cat
arrh to be a constUutio.nl disease, and
therefore requires constitutional treat
ment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, mauuiao
tured by F. J. Cheuey a. Toledo,
Ohio, is the only ]cnnstituMount our ' on
the market. It ia fcnk--> internally In
doses from 10 drops o a ..-onto., it
acts Qireotlj on the bloou i mucous
surfaces of fhe system. 'Phot cite. one
hundred dollars for acy a* i. f j!1 tu
cure- Send foi circulars ond t*,ti ,..on
Address, P. Cheney & Co Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
Old newspapers lor sale at.
this office. 25c buys 100.
Election of Slemp not Conceded.
Bristol, Tenn., Nov. 6.- The
following statement was given
out from Congressman Rhea's
headquai cers this evening.
“Later official returns cut
down the :~t:mated majority
claimed for Slemp, and his
claim of certain election is not
substantiated by official re
“We have never conceded
Rhea’s defeat, but claim that
that he is elected by a small
“1 he republicans state on
reliable information that the
clerks of several counties fav
or them, and that they heve
held up the returns in some
counties and they will make
the majorities large enough to
elect Slemp.
“The democrats are confi
dent and rely upon official re
ports only.
Chairman Lincsey, of the
Republican Executive Com
mittee, has issued a counter
statement denying tb*t Rhea
lias been elected and insisting
that the democrats are endeav
oring to perpetrate a steal.
Roanoke, Va., Nov. 6.-—
A special from Wythevifie to
night says:
Commissioners of election
completed the canvass of elec
tion returns in this county late
this afternoon throwing out two
precincts, Patterson, which
gave Slemp, republican, one
hundred and nine majority,
and Austin villc which gave
Rhea, democrat, 33 majority.
Patterson precinct was thrown
out because the returns were
not sealed; were sent through
the mails and received a day
late; Anstinville, because the
returns were a day late. This
gives the county officially to
Judge Rhea by twenty six,
where the semi-official returns
gave it to Col. Slemp by 50.
The reports in Wytheville
late this evening from other
sections of the Ninth district
indicate Rhea’s election by a
small majority. A telephone
message from Rhea confirms
this, and places his majority at
YVptheville, Va.. November
6.—There is a great deal of
excitement among the parties
tonight in this end of the ninth
district over the turn that mat
ters political have taken today
It transpires that Judge Rhea
will be given the certificate of
election on a majority on the
face of the returns of twenty
There is a change in Wythe
county returns ot seventy-six
"otes caused by the throwing
out of two precincts—Patter
son, a heavy republican pre
cinct, because th- poll books
! ind retu '» were mailed to the
jderk instead of being taken to
. him in the manner prescribed
! by law, and Austinville, a dem
! ocratic precinct, because the
| poll book® were sent in un
. .v Ujd, l atterson had given
SIcmp a majority of 119, while
Austinville had given Rhea33
majority. On the returns as
sent in. Slemp had a majority
in the county of 50, but under
the returns as certified to the
Secretary of the Common
wealth by the Election Com
missioners, Rhea will have a
majority in the county of 26.
There are similar changes in
other counties due to irregu
Pulaski, Va., Nov. 6.—Of
ficial count today gives Slemp,
republican, Pulaski county by
one majority.
Farm miles north of Rural Re
treat containing 30 aoreo, 6 room house
good cellar, and necessary outbuildings
plenty of fruit. For particulars call on
or address,
W. E. Brown, Rural Retreat, Va.
- Wood Wanted.
I will pay cash for 5 cords
of good solid wood 4ft long
also 4 good loads of good dry
stove wood 18 inches long
delivered at my house by Nov.
15, 1902 to be corded and
measured at my house.
Frank Wilson.
Mandus Crigger aged about
78 years, died this morning at
his home here after an illness
of some time. He was the fa
ther of a large iamily and had
been a resident of this vicini
ty for many years.
Mrs. Meek, of Chilhowie,
grandmother of Meek Stone,
visited him this week. She is
84 years old, but enjoys ex
cellent health.
Lewis Baumgardner spent
Sunday here.
We regret to learn that
Rev. Wm. E. Hudson, son of
our countyman, T. G. Hud
son, is ill with typhoid lever
at his home in Huttonsville,
West Va. Rev. Hudson had
just returned from the meet
ing of Synod iu Norfolk. It is
hoped that his attack of fever
may be slight.
Startling Bat True.
“It every .one knew what a grand
medicine Dr King’s New Life Pills is,”
writes D. H. Turner, Dempsey town, Pa
“you’d sell all you have in a day. Two
weeks Use has made a new tftan of me.'
Infalliable for constipation, stomach
and liver troubles. 25c at Davis-Lindsey
Atlantic City, CajS May, Sea Isle City,
Avalon, etc.
Very Low Rates
July, 24th
August 7th snd 21st;
Tickets Limited Seventeen Days
Double Daily Service. x
Pullman Sleeper^
W B Bevill,
General Passenger Agent.
Ro^oke, Va.
Asleep Amid Flames.
Breaking into a blazing home, some
I fireman lately dragged the sleeping in
mates from dbatb. Fancied security,
and daatb near. It’s that way when you
neglect coughs and colds. Don't do it
Dr. King’s New Discovery for Con
sumption gives perfect protection a
gainst all Throat, Chest and Lung
Troubles. Keep it near and avoid suf
fering death and doctor’s bills. A tea
spoonful stops a late cough, pre^ietent
use the most stubborn. Harmless and
nLe tasting, it's guaranteed to satisfy
by Davts-Lindsey Co- Price 50c and
$1. Trial bottles free.
Howard House,
Howard and BatUmurc It*.
We Have a Few More
Ladies, Hisses g Child
rens Ready to wear
-:v: 'fer
we want to Close Out
They Are of the Ldt
est STYLE and the
Workmansh p Is Of
Farmers Mercantile Go.
i ‘ : : 1 ~
Rural Retreat Shoemai;.
VOL. i. Rural Retreat, Va., NOV 7 iyo2, No. 37
■ Stonewall had small mercy on sold' -a
whom he caught straggle Hit :j 6aiu
to have laughingly oo.idont one in
stance. During n forced match in t) j
summer of 1862 he stopped ' conau)(
cne of his general officers. The entire
command had been parsed rdaeJacV
eon and bis officers rode forward tore
join the former discontinued h private
up a persimmon tree. Ai-.ked bj the
commander why he was so fur in the
rear, the private replied.
“Eaten Simmons,"
“Persimmons!'’ roared Jackson hy
they’re not even ripe yet.”
“Like ’em green just now,” e>.p nnec
the soldi©'
"And why?” asked Jackson sc ;>vf
a little with amusement at the
laconic answer.
“To draw my inard^ up to tit my
rations was the answer.—Philadelphia
Why not send a mail order for a fine
aboe or hat to Davis-Alderson Co.

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