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OUTFITS YOU MISS HALF THE FUN IF YOU CO AWAY WITH? OUT A CAMERA OUTFIT. ANY KIND, A SIMPLE LIT? TLE BROWNIE OR A COMPLETE EASTMAN CAMERA. WITH OR WITHOUT DEVELOPING SUPPLIES AND REQUISITES. We have everything in this line from ?eli-y Drug Company, $1.00 to $25.00 The Store . A OlLYIFn, M. I>. W. A. llASta, M. II Gilmer & Baker, Physicians anil Surgeons. Office, In Toll) llullJIng, in.: Stone Uap, Virginia. All onlla nnewnrotl nromntly. BRISTOL Bookkooplng piry Hlghor Accounting Shorthand Tynowrlting BUSINESS COLLEGE Telegraphy BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. I nil COMMONWEALTH AT' I ? >u \ I: I'n tin- Voten of WW County: ! hereby aotionrico myself a canilhlal for tho office of Commonwealth's Alter i \ I'nr Wise County, to Im> rotcil fo N.ivi iuIiitelectionj inn. If elected, I ptcilfto myself to use in l i-iwleavors to see to It that tho law m strictly anil Impartially cnforcotl, 1111 further, Ui see to it that the tiuslucM a lalra of the county arc economically ml iiilniMcrwI. Iflioiuiroil ".villi election. 1 promise I >n i.iliccr for tlic wlinlc |ico|ilc. i itkiiccllvo of party ercods, doctrines bAiliatloua, ami thai 1 will serve tin- \hx<> |>lt- to ill.' best of my ability: Iteapuolfully, LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs. Skeon, of Turkey Cove, as shopping in town Satur Mrs. L. 1). Abbott: of St. Louis, in spending the sum iner in Itig Stone Gap. Mrs. \y. S. Beverly ami children wont over to Gate l!ity Saturday morning on a ? istt to relatives. Mr, and Mm. U. t!. Long ro ' irneil Saturday from a trip to Italtimore. Messrs, Krod and Roland Kemper, of Mvansvillo, Ind., iro visiting their Hister, Mrs. i1 is Mouser, in the <lap. Misses Nora Giliner and i.lrace Monde', of Lebanon, Vn., ire visiting Miss Kiln Sliuler in the Gap. Miss Gcorgie Sat tor ft eld, of Abingdon, is visiting Miss Margaret Garnes in the Gap. Dr, W. A. Baker and family, spent Sunday visiting relatives und friends in Jonesyillo, A. T, MeWane, of Toms ('reek, spent Saturday in the Hup, a guest at the Monte isla Hotel. (lenrge Peory, u prominent attorney of Wise, was in town Saturday looking after legal matter?. Marion Collier left Monday morning for Provincotown, Mass., to report for duty on board the battleship South Carolina, Rev. W. C. MoLauchlin, the new 1'rosbyterinn pastor at thin placo, held services at Christ ? 'Lurch Sunday morning. An '?iijoyable' feature of the service was tlio music. ?Mrs. Kd Mouser and daugli "', of Appftlachia, aro spend? ing a few days in tho Gap, guests of Mrs. Otis Mouser. Miss Sadie King, of Bristol, was the guest of Mrs. L. O. I'ottit a few days last wook. Miss Julia Hundley, of Lebn '?"ii, Ky., i? the guest of Mrs. imd Dr. Painter at this place. J. K. M nil in., went to Bristol today un business. Mrs. Pierce, of Stonega, spent Saturday in tho Gap, the guest of Mr*. Otis Mouseron Poplar Hill. Fuller Bros, weekly ohina premium wok won laut week by Miss Bertha Me Kall, of Clint Wood, Dickenson county, a student in tin- State Summer Normal Bchool, F.knys Straw hat Cleaner makes Old Hats new, 10c. Kelly Drug Co. .lohn It. Pay no, of Lexington, Ky., is spending a few days in the t lap this week. Horn to .Mr. and Mrs. Bruco Moore, ou Monday morning, a girl. H. D. Maker left for an ex tended business trip to Ken? tucky this week. The Womans' Auxiliary of ; the Baptist Church is preparing I to give a play entitled "The Minstrel" in the school Audi? torium, probably on the night of July 21st. Kul 1 particulars later. Mrs. Qroon of Jacksonville, Kin., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. K, Bennett, at tho Touraine. Dr. .lohn ,J. Lly od will preach iu Christ Church next Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Oscar Banks, of Abingdon, spent several days last week visiting Iii? parents at this place. Missen Madge Dingoss, Anna McGormick and Sarah Lovell attended a most enjoyable danco at Norton Wednesday night, given by the young men of that town. Misses Hannah Kihler and Anna Swang, of Glamorgan, spent several days last week in town visiting Miss Mattic Brown. Miss (leorgie (iootlloo, of Af tou, Va., is visiting her broth? ers, Messrs.,). M., vV. T. ami E. Goodloe, at this place. . C. C. Kelly, who holds a prominent position with the Hilly Hume Coal Company nt ttaleigb, W. Va., spent a few days in the (lap last week vis? iting his brothers, Messrs. .1. . VV. and M. K. Kelly. Mrs. C. L. Kowe left Friday morning for Wilmington, N. i'., where (die will spend a month visiting relatives and friends, LOST?Ladies small gray pockotbook, between Nickels' store and the residence of G. M. Brown; Finder will please return to this ollico and receive reward. A. 0. Mathcson returned last week front a visit to his uncle, Rev. It. G. Mathoson, at Max Meadows. Misses Kva Peters, of St. Charles, Va., anil Ella Susong, of Jonesboro, Tonn., wore the attractive guests of the Misses Kilbourii several dayH last week. It has been reported hero that the W. M. Bitter Company's Lumber Mills at Hurley, Buch? anan county, was burned Sat? urday, entailing an estimated loss of about $20,000, fully iu snred. The stock of lumber ou the yards was not materially damaged. Squire Bettia lias added quite an attractive sign to hin res? taurant und eating house for both white nnd colored folks on Wyandotte Avenue. Squire is a bustler ami deserves success iu his new enterprise. J. B. 'Taylor, manager of the! Amuzu Theatre will run, through the summer months, inj pleasant weather an Airdome, for the convenience of his pa? trons. 'This class of showing place being much cooler than a hall. A letter from Mrs. Kiln Dahl, of Portsmouth, Va., who will bo remembered ns Miss Ella Spalding,formerly of this place, conveys the information that her husband recently died. Mrs. Dahl visited here about two years ago when her father, C. II. Spalding, was employed on the Monte Vista Hotel. According to news from Scott j county iluxnas broken out near Kairview, having resulted in four deaths last week. It is ^bought, though, that it will soon be under control, as in other parts of that county dur ing the past few weeks. Prof. .1. P. Brahe,ofTazowell, but formerly of Dee county will succeed Prof, B. M. Daugherty as Principal of tin; Appalachia High School, Prof. Daugherty having accepted the Principal ship of the Abillgdon High Schlad. Miss Bernice Orr, of this place will teach the third grade in the Appalachia school next session. VV. X. K?ster, of Middles bo ro, spent Friday in town, se? curing from local contractors for his concern, the Middles bora 1,umher Company, orders for material to bo used in structures to be erected hero. K.dward Brigham, of New York City, left Saturday morn? ing over "the V. & S. VV. for Bluefield, where he gave a mus? ical and reading Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slemp were up from Turkey Cove Sat? urday. Mrs. B 1). Baker spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. B. D. McLemore, at Wise. Bev. B. G. Mathoson, of Max Meadows, will bold commun? ion services in Christ Church on the ,'>th Sunday in this month for the Presbyterian Congregation. Marion Collier nnd Hatcher Willis spent Friday afternoon very pleasantly and profitably hoeing in their grandmother's vegetable garden. They look? ed liko typical farmers in their low quarter shoes, silk socks, and silk negligee shirts, but they both went on n strike at 0 o'clock and declare that farm life is entirely too strenuous for their delicate conatitutions. Brit F. Smith has been elect? ed superintendent of the Chris? tian Bible School and Hugh Young secretary and treasurer. Tho school fools thnt it has made a good choico in these two energetic young men. A party chaperoned bv Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. Baker, spent a very enjoyable time at the tun? nel last Thursday. Those pres? ent were Misses Lula Moore, Lula Walker, Hazel Loug, Flora and Nora Holytield and Messrs. John Baker, Albert Walker, J. C. McKenzie, Agnes Baker and Virginia McLemore. CHOCOLATES CHOC ATES CHOCOLATES ATTENTION We have made every preparation to be ready to sup? ply Tablets, Pencils, Examination Blanks, Com? position Books, Pens, etc., as well as refreshments. Diana "Stuft11 Confections, Whitman's Candies. Bunte Chocolates. Gruslied Fruit Sundaes, Ices, Sodas as cold as the Arctic regions. Welch's Grape Juice. Pure Olive Oil, 25c, 50c. and $l.OO. Why go elsewhere and eventually come here? Why not save time by coming to us'first? MUTUAL DRUG COMPANY IXt'OUl'OKATK!). Safety Razors, Sterling and Waterman Fountain Pens, Stationery, and every? thing to be had in a first class drug store. Mrs. RobertGrny ami duugh-j tor. Mies Ann, of Bristol, are visiting Mth. 0. ('. Coehrnn, at this place. Mrs. Pock, of Torre Haute, I Ind., is visiting her sun, \V. R. Peek. She expects to be hero for a month or so, ami says she is delighted with this section of \ irginiar. W. B; Kilbourn left this morning for Pulaski, where he will.Hpoud ten days attending tlio Boyal Arch Masonic School Albort Walker and sister, Miss Lula, of Chuttanooga, Tenn., and Miss Hazel Long, of Whito Horn. Tenn., viHited Mrs. It. 1) Bakerand Miss Lula Mooro at this place, last week. Mrs. John Fox, Jr, loft this Week for Now York from which place site will sail for Europe She will spend several weeks visiting her mother in Berlin, j Mrs. 6. II. McAfee, of Long drove, Ky., is the guest of her brother, Hon. R. 1. Irvine, on Poplar Hill. E. E. Goodloe has gone to Charlotte, .N. 0., to join his wife and children, Who have been visiting in Atlanta for several weeks. They will re? turn hbme this week. Mr. and Mrs. P. G, Payne re? turned t<> Ronnoko tins morn? ing, after a few days visit with relatives. Mrs. J. 1*. Hendricks and children left Friday for Egglo ston where they were called in response to a telegram announc? ing the approaching death of her sister; Mrs. E. S. Stafford, who died Friday night of a complication of diseases after a lingering illness and was buried Sunday. Mrs. Hendricks will remain with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. It. A. Mays, for several days before returning to the Gap. S?NAX UseSauaxdip around your premises?it disinfects and do* atoys germs, 15c per pint at Kelly Drug Co. 50 COaITmTnERS wanted 25 miners and families wanted at once at Suther? land Coal and Coke Compa | ny. Good coal und steady work, good wngos, comfort? able houses and good church I and school facilities. Address, Sutherland Coal and Coke Co., D0R0IfK8TF.lt, V.\ 25 good miners also want? ed at the plant of the Wise Coal and Coke Company, j Apply, Wise Coal and Coke Co , ' S8-20 HORCHE3TE5t, V A . New Line Latest styles American Beauty Corsets from $1.00 to $2.00; just received by J. M.Willis & Company < Also more of those popular Douglas Oxfords for girls and women, at S3.50. ^viz. ;ft. baker, ARCHITECT. Plans, Specifications"?^/Details Furnished I havo also, a first class ropalr shop, with capablo men In charge to contract your work of any kind; carpentery, painting, plastering, plumbing, comont work, etc. Am sales agent for building material, metal roofing, coll? ing, siding, otc. CAN SAVE VOU MONEY. Offico, Room 13, Polly Building, Shop, East 5th St. and Railway Avo. ?51<3r STOME GAP, A. ROiUirciTTTffimi Iff --3 .R .Brand -\ - Att ^r dealer why 3 R Binii y .U. guaranteed to ilai.t. 20"..year*; - Beware, of ' imitations, called Rubber, that do not contain ' ? our name aha ' guarantee; on eVery ? rolt.". '?. " j?tttfiuFAjer<ji?Ej?'''?y ? .-; ?'" " T11K PIONEER 'Mr^FG.; C?.J/CL^EWfui 0, For sale by D. C. WOLFE, Big Stone Cap, Va.